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REPORT 



OF THE 



AUDITOR-GENERAL 



ON 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



FOR THE 



YEAR ENDED 30TH JUNE 



1884. 



FOR TME INFORMATION OF PARLIAMENT. 




OTTAWA: 
PRINTED BY MACLEAN, ROGER & Co., WELLINGTON STREET. 

1885. 



AUDITOR-GENERAL'S REPORT 

FOR THE 
YEAR ENDING 30th JUNE, 1884. 



I have the honor to transmit my Report for 1883-4, on Appropriation and other 
Accounts. 

Since much of the time of the Public Accounts Committee, during last Session, 
was devoted to the consideration of expenditure for legal services, advertising, repairs 
and maintenance of Parliamentary and Departmental Buildings, and for clerks who 
were paid from other sources than the grants for Civil Government— statements of 
these several expenditures for 1883-4 have been prepared, and will be found at pages 
11, 14 and 20 of the preface, and on pages 159, 160, 167, 194, 385 and 402, Part ii, 
of this report. 

Care has been taken to furnish details on other points, which were the subject 
of discussion injthe House or in the Committee. Attention may be specially directed 
to the classification of the Mounted Police expenditure, and the comparison of the 
contract prices of articles supplied for that service for different years. 

It will be observed that there have been introduced references to the pages of 
Hansard, in which the discussions on the votes are given. 

Some progress has lately been made in the examination in this office of the 
Revenue of the Dominion. 

I have to 'state that the remarks made in my last Report on Civil Government 
Contingencies, and the work of the Queen's Printer's Office in connection therewith, 
still apply. 

Attention is called to the principle involved in the correspondence given on 
page 13T of part ii. 

The difficulties arising from making expenditures of a similar kind under two 
grants have somewhat increased during the last year. Another difficulty connected 
with the way in which the appropriation was made has been to deal consistently 
with expenditure, which, from its nature (and following the way in which like ex- 
penditure had been treated in previous years) should have been placed under Income, 
but which had been voted under Capital. I have assumed that the grants were 
placed under Capital inadvertently, and have shown the expenditure under Income. 

The over-rulings of my decisions under section 32 of the Audit Act will, ss usual, 
be found in an appendix to the preface. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-Grew ral 
Auditor General's Office, Jan.. 23, 1885. 



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TKEASUKY DECISIONS, COERESPONDENCE AND STATEMENTS. 



Department of Secretary of State, 

Ottawa, 21st January, 1884. 

Sir, — With reference to the subject of my letter to you of the 3rd November last, 
I have now the honor to request that a certificate may be granted for the issue of a 
special Warrant of His Excellency the Governor General in favor of the Honorable 
Boucher de la Bruere, printer and publisher of Le Gourrier de St. Hyacinthe, for the 
payment to that gentleman of the sum of $2,688.74, being the balance of his account 
for the printing of and the type for the English and French versions of the Return 
of Public Employees, prepared under " The Civil Service Act, 1882," authority for 
which is contained in the Order in Council of the 16th inst. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

G. POWELL, U.S.S. 
The Auditor-General. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, 25th January, 1884. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge receipt of yours of 21st January, requesting 
payment of $2,688.74 to the Hon. Boucher de la Bruere, of St. Hyacinthe. 

The only account in my possession is the original claim for $8,493.98. I would 
like to have details of the $7,688.74 certified by the Queen's Printer. 

I am, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 
The Under Secretary. 



Audit'Office, Ottawa, 29th January, 1884. 

Sir, — I regret having to trouble you again for more information about Le 
Counter's aceount for printing the List of Employees. 

The account certified by the Queen's Printer (of which you sent me a copy 
yesterday), contains the following as explanatory details : — 

750 copies in English $1,646 64 

300 copies in French 1,746 98 

I wish you would obtain from the Queen's Printer (and of course he can have 
no objection to giving his figures) a detailed statement of the calculations by which 
he arrived at the amounts allowed. 

You will, perhaps, better understand what information I want if I remind you 
that I am unable to pass an account for printing which could be done at Ottawa, if 
the rates exceed those paid to the contractors. 

I am, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 

The Under Secretary. 



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Audit Office, Ottawa, 1st February, 1884. 

Sir, — Having now sufficient information to examine the account of Boucher de 
la Eruerefor printing the " List of Employees," originally rendered at $8,493.98, and 
reduced by the Queen's Printer to $7,688.74, I enclose a statement based on the rates 
for Departmental printing, which shows a further reduction of the total to $5,831.40. 

Five thousand dollars having already been paid on account, I will certify the 
payment of the remaining $831.40, if you make a new application. 

I am unable to pass printing at higher rates than the contract, if the work could 
have been done at Ottawa. 

I am, 



i, &c, 



The Under Secretary. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



" Le Courrier's " Account as Passed. 



Service. 



Printing 750 copies "List of Employees" 
English :— 

Composition M. 

Presswork Tokens 

Paper, Royal Reams 

Folding and stitching ,. 

Covers and covering 

300 copies, French :— 

Composition M 

Presswork Tokens 

Paper, Royal Reams 

Folding and stitching 

Covers and covering 

Boxes for type 

Freight on type to Ottawa 

Packing and tying up in pages 

Translation Words 

do do 



For type, rules, &c. : — (Dominion Type Co.) 

Minion, No. 5. Lbs. 

Long primer do 

Minion space rule do 

Long primer brass rule do 



Quantity. 



2,800 
135 



3,224 
104 

16—17—12 



47 



158,800 
28,380 



6,865 
282 
152 
153 



Passed by 
Queen's Printer. 



Rate. 



$ cts. 



50 
50 
4 00 
16 



50 
50 
4 00 
16 



40 



20 



48 

36 

1 50 

2 00 



$ cts 



1,400 00 

67 50 

144 00 

29 44 

5 70 

1,612 00 

52 00 

67 50 

12 48 

3 00 

18 80 

18 00 

9 60 

317 60 



3,757 62 



101 70 
228 00 
306 00 



7,688 74 



Certified by 
Auditor-General. 



Rate. 



$ cts 



25 
10 
4 00 



25 

15 
4 00 



20 



IJp CX9* 



700 00 
13 50 

144 00 

29 44 

5 70 

806 00 
15 60 
67 50 
12 48 

3 00 
18 80 
18 00 

9 60 



66 76 



1,900 38 

3,295 32 
101 70 
228 00 
306 00 



5.831 40 



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Translating " List of Civil Service Employees." 



The charge made is for 158,800 words, at 20 cents, or $317 60. 
The 83,748 words which make up the English volume may be grouped as 
follows : — 

Headings of pages, 1st time used 

Headings carried from page to page „.... 

Surnames ..- 

Christian names 



Age 

First appointment, promotion and present rank :— 

Words 

Names of months m 

Numbers (dates, &c.) 

Religion > - 

Nationality M 

Province MM 

Salary (amount) « 

do (words) 



The first column contains all the words for which the publisher can claim 
pay for translating— 28,380 words, at 20 cents, $56.76. 



19,658 



4,226 
2,697 



903 



28,380 



8,319 
3,701 
5,626 
3,646 



9,655 
19,101 



1,629 
3,691 



55,368 



March 21, 1884.— Later information from the Queen's Printer gives details of 158,800. 
The French version has 413 pages, of which some are short, leaving 397 pages, at>00 words a page, 
158,800. Each figure counting a word. 



Department op the Secretary op State, 

Ottawa, 5th February, 1884. 

Sir, — I am directed by the Secretary of State to acknowledge the receipt of your 
letter of the 1st instant, in the matter of the balance, amounting to $2,688.14, of the 
account of Mr. Boucher de la Bruere, for printing the Civil Service Lists, in which 
you state that you are unable to certify the payment of a larger sum than $831.40 
in addition to the $5,000 already paid on account. 

The Secretary of State desires me to observe that the work of printing the Civil 
Service Lists was performed by Mr. de la Bruere, in terms of a written agreement 
emanating from this Department; that the account for the work, as originally pre- 
sented by him, amounted to the sum of $8,493.98, which sum was reduced, on a report 
of the Queen's Printer, to that of $7,688.74, which latter sum was approved and con- 
firmed by an Order in Council dated the 16th ult., by which Order the sum of 
$2,688.74, being the unpaid balance of the account as certified by the Queen's Printer, 
was ordered to be paid by a special Warrant of His Excellency the Governor General. 

As Mr. de la Bruere appears to have completed the work on the terms offered 
to him by the Government, the Secretary of State hopes that, on reconsideration of 
the matter, you will feel yourself justified, under these circumstances, in certifying 
the payment of the amount authorized by the Order in Council of the 16th January 
above referred to. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

G. POWELL, U.S.S. 
The Auditor-General. 



Audit Office, 6th February, 1884. 

^ Sir, — In answer to your letter of yesterday, I have the honor to state that 
while regretting very much my inability to comply with your request, I am com- 
pelled to follow the course which was adopted with reference to other printing ac- 
counts which were made out at higher rates than, as it seemed to me, I was justified 



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in passing. I would refer you to the preliminary part of my last report, which 
deals with the subject. The Audit Act, section 32, describes the regulation under 
which a cheque may be issued in a case where I have been unable to issue a certificate. 

* I have &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 

The Under Secretary. 

Extract from the Minutes of a Meeting of the Treasury Board, held 15th March. 

1884. 

The Board had under consideration the papers in connection with the account of 
the Hon. B. de la Bruere, for printing the Civil Service List. 

After hearing read the letter of the Auditor- General of the 1st February, in the 
matter, the report of the Deputy Minister of Finance, and a further communication 
from the Auditor-General of the 15th March, the Board order that Mr. de la Bruere 
be paid the amount of his printing account, as certified by the Queen's Printer — 
$7,688.74. 

J. M. COUETNEY, Secretary. 



Extract from the Minutes of a Meeting of the Treasury Board, held 25th February. 

1884. 

The Board had under consideration the case of the superannuation of Mr. J. W. 
Dunscomb, late Collector of Customs at Quebec, and the objection of the Auditor- 
General to paying him the increased allowance granted by the Treasury Board in 
connection therewith. It appears from the papers submitted, that Mr. DunscomVs 
salary from the Government, as Collector at Quebec, was $3,240. In addition, he 
received , as fees from the Harbor Commission and from Bills of Health, amounts 
aggregating, for the last three years, the sum of $902, or a yearly average of $300, 
which amount of $902 was paid him direct, and did not form a part of the amount 
paid him as salary by the Government. When the additional amounts received by 
Mr. Dunscomb were made known to the Treasury Board, the allowance granted to 
Mr. Dunscomb wa's increased from $2,268, the amount first recommended, to $2,478. 
The Auditor General objected to pay the allowance on the $300, on the ground that 
it would be illegal to grant a superannuation allowance on fees not obtained from the 
Government. The matter was submitted to the Department of Justice, with a view 
to obtaining an opinion as to whether the increased allowance should be paid to Mr. 
Dunscomb, and the Deputy Minister of Justice has reported favorably on the case ; 
and in conformity with such report, and under the provisions of the Audit Act (41 
Vic, cap. 7, sec. 32, sub-sec. 3), the Board now recommend that the increased allow- 
ance be paid Mr. Dunscomb. 

J. M. COUETNEY, Secretary. 

Justice Department, 13 December, 1883. 

Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your communication of 
the 3rd inst., enclosing, by desire of the Honorable ihe Treasury Board, papers in 
connection with the superannuation of J. W. Dunscomb, the Collector of Customs of 
the port of Quebec, and requesting an opinion as to whether certain fees which he 
received as Collector of Customs can be considered as part of his salary in estimating 
the superannuation allowance to be granted to him. 

The Superannuation Act authorizes the granting of a superannuation allowance 
calculated on the average yearly salary during the three years preceding the date 
of superannuation. 



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I understand that it is the custom to consider perquisites attaching to an office, 
such as residence, fuel and light, as part of salary, in fixing the amount of the 
superannuation allowance. 

For the purpose of fixing the superannuation allowance, I see no difference 
between such perquisites and fees which an officer is allowed to take to his own use, 
which would otherwise become part of the Consolidated Eevenue. Strictly speaking, 
perhaps neither the perquisites in the one case, or the fees in the other, can be called 
salary, but, no doubt, they are taken into account in adjusting the salaries to be paid 
to officers of the Government, and in that way, when allowed, are really part of the 
salary. 

I am, &c, &c, 

G. W. BURBIDGE, DM J. 
The Secretary of the Treasury Board. 



Ottawa, 10th January, 1884. 

Sir, — In examining the Appropriation Accounts sent to me by the several De- 
partments, under section 3*7 of the Audit Act, I have found it difficult to check the 
unexpended balance of each grant, from being unable to determine at once whether 
items in the Supply Bill were separate votes or sub-heads of larger votes. 

Allow me to suggest the expediency of showing, in the Supply Bill of next Ses- 
sion, the numbers of the grants as given in the " Yotes and Proceedings." 

I am, Sir, &c, 



The Clerk, House of Commons. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, A #. 



Audit Office, 12th December, 1884. 

Sir, — I beg to draw your attention to some amounts paid to extra clerks at 

Ottawa : — 

Dominion Lands ■$ 54,992 97 

Public Works,.... 53,051 35 

Railways and Canals 34,931 66 

Agriculture and Census 32,801 bO 

Geological Survey (including some field work) 13,280 70 

In no case are there limits to the possible payments, short of the total votes. 

In view of the attention paid to the expenditure for Civil Government, it does 
not seem consistent to have such large sums available for identical work. I would 
suggest that, whenever an estimate is intended to include services at Ottawa, the 
part for such services should be voted separately. 

The benefits of the examination system might also be obtained by placing all 
such clerks under the Civil Service Act. The modified examination necessary for 
technical services is already provided by the Act. 

Yours respectfully, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 

The Secretary, Treasury Board. 



Ottawa, 10th January, 1884. 

Sir, — I enclose herewith a voucher from the contingent account of Mr. E. W. 
Crookshank, A. R. G., St. John. 

The voucher, which is for printing, contains charges which seem large when 
separated from samples of the work done. 



I beg leave to suggest that the principle of examination by exports, recognized 
and enforced in the cabe of legal expenses and advertising, be applied to all printing 
done for the Executive, and that no printing accounts be paid until certified by the- 
Queen's Printer after examination of specimens. 

I am Sir, &c, 



The Secretary, Treasury Board. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 



Extract from the Minutes of a Meeting of the Treasury Board, held October 28, 1884> 
approved by the Governor in Council November 2, 1884. 

The Board had under consideration a letter from the Auditor-General referring 
to the discussion in the Public Accounts Committee respecting public printing done 
otherwise than by the contractors, and requesting a ruling from the Treasury Board 
thereon . 

The Board, on careful consideration of the subject, recommend to Council that 
whenever printing is done by others than the contractors, the rates to be charged 
should be the current rates for work of the same magnitude at the place, where the 
Drinting is performed. 

JOHN. J. McGEE, C. P. C. 






XI 



Legal Expenses. 



H. Abbott 

Aikins, Culver & Hamilton 

Judge Armour, Ontario Boundary 

Hon. Jag. Armstrong <. 

Silas Alward , 

T. C. Atkinson 

J. C. Barbarie .... 

P. J. U. Baudry 

J. H. Benson 

Henry Bleeker , 

E. H. Bisscn 

Bompas, Bischoff & Dodgson 

Hector Cameron 

T. C. Casgrain , 

R. Carroll 

L. E. O. Cartier 

J. A. Charlebois , 

A. Choquet - , 

A. Chauret , 

A.J. Christie 

L. R. Church 

J. A. G. Creighton 

Hon. Jas. Cockburn, Cons. Statutes.... 

Loftus Cuddy 

0. P. Davidson 

Drake & Jackson , 

L. N. Dumouchel. 

M. A. Dixon 

J. C. Eccles , 

J. R. Elliott 

J. E. Farewell , 

A. Ferguson, legal services ... $749 77 
do Cons. Statutes.. 2,500 00 



C. Fraser 

J. Gleeson , 

A. V. Gladu , 

Wallace Graham, legal ser- 
vices $1,659 24 

W. Graham, Cons. Statutes. 2,500 00 



J. B. Hamel 

R. E. Harris 

L. R. Harrison 

H. Hebert 

E. J. Hodgson ... 

Wm. Johnson , 

W. H. C. Kerr » 

J. E. Larue 

R. A. Lawlor 

J. A. Lougheed, 

Z. A. Lash 

Loranger & Beandin 

Jos. X. y Lavoie 

J. A. Macdonnell 

F. W. Macdonald 

Hugh MacMahon 

W. W. McClellan 

G. M. McDonnell 

Miller, Cox & Gale 

Montambault, Langelier & Langelier .. 



Carried forward. 



$ cts, 

798 50 

1,119 38 

5,000 00 

485 00 

91 80 

25 00 

50 00 

10 00 

54 00 

75 00 
54 95 

2,706 20 

202 70 

1,292 50 

106 40 

28 80 

96 00 

102 70 

214 29 

1,350 30 

1,326 92 

47 96 

483 87 

334 42 

687 25 

76 30 
132 95 

28 00 

700 58 

83 40 

38 32 



3,249 77 

5 00 

70 00 

30 50 



4,159 24 

26 65 

456 66 

2,668 13 

17 00 

523 30 

20 00 

187 66 

194 80 

61 50 

24 00 

1,100 00 

34 15 

6 00 

3,155 35 

615 00 

2,000 00 

111 00 

240 05 

296 31 

140 75 



37,196 31 



Brought forward 

J. H. D. Munson...'. 

N. Murphy 

B B. Osier , 

Hon. John O'Connor, Ontario 
boundary $2,000 00 

Hon. John O'Connor, Cons. 
Statutes 3,040 00 



D. O'Connor, legal services.. .$6, 748 37 
D. O'Connor, 3 per cent, com- 
mission on land purchased. 2,195 00 

O'Connor & Hogg „ 

J. A. Ouimet, Cons. Statutes 

W. A. Park 

H. C. Pelletier 

Pelletier & Chouinard , 

Frederick Peters 

Pinbey, Christie & Christie 

C. E. Pouliot 

C. Robinson 

Hugh Richardson, legal adviser to Gov 

Dewdney 

W. W. Robinson.. , 

S. L. Richey 

R. Sedgewick 

Thompson & Graham 

J. S. D. Thompson 

P. V. Tache 

J. Tache. 

NT. Tetreau 

Wilson, Smith & Co , 

Wm. Wilson, Cons. Statutes 

Total, Legal Expenses , 

Charges of Management 

Civil Government 

Justice and Penitentiaries 

Quarantine '„ 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Intercolonial Railway 

Prince Edward Island Railway 

Canals — Capital ... 

Railway and Canals — Income 

Public Buildings — Income 

Harbors and Rivers, Telegraphs, &c , 

Fisheries , 

Indians 

Mounted Police 

Miscellaneous 

Customs 

Customs Seizures 

Inland Revenue Department 

Canals — Revenue 

Telegraphs — Revenue 

Dominion Lands— Income 

do Capital 



$ cts. 

37,196 31 

149 18 
119 03 
221 00 



5,040 0G 



8,943 37 


660 00 


2,500 00 


197 90 


4,203 83 


78 90 


123 25 


317 20 


186 50 


2,540 00 


200 00 


200 00 


102 02 


1,062 22 


51 60 


186 50 


20 00 


98 75 


10 00 


26 76 


2,500 00 


€6,934 32 


1,274 74 


40 00 


1,193 80 


20 00 


3,609 68 


9,049 72 


25 00 


6,369 85 


173 40 


5,598 73 


598 75 


821 97 


1,088 47 


42 00 


28,014 57 


1,296 38 


1,948 06 


2,021 52 


864 94 


9 75 


2,679 55 


196 44 



66,934 32 



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Extra Payments to Salaried Officers. 



H. Alexander, Privy Council, salary 



ry..... 

do time after hours (under Vote 334, of 1883). 



W. P. Anderson, Marine Department, salary. 

do examining Surveyors' returns (under Vote 294, of 
1884) « 



A. C. Anderson, Fishery Agent, B.C., salary 

do collecting specimens for exhibition (under Vote 
258, of 1884) 



R. Archambault, Messenger, Inland Revenue Department.. 
do mailing license forms ... 



T. Aumond, Marine and Fisheries, salary 

do extra services re Fishing Bounty (under Vote 258, of 
1884) , 



Capt. E. D. Ashe, Observatory, Quebec. 

do taking meteorological observations . 



W. W. Attwood, Customs, Shelburne.. 
do Savings Bank Agent. 



N. Aubin, Gas Inspector, Montreal... 
do Consulting Gas Inspector. 



R. W. Baldwin, Privy Council, salary 

do time after hours (under Vote 334, of 1883) 

do examining Survevors' returns (under Vote 294, of 

1881) : 



P. J. U. Baudry, Privy Council, salary from May 28 

do time after hours (under Vote 334, of 1883). 



S. P. Bauset, Marine and Fisheries Department, salary , 

do extra services re Fishing Bounty (under Vote 258, of 
1834) , '. 



John Belfour, Finance Department, salary 

do differential salary (under C.S. Act, sec. 49). 

F. K. Bennetts, Privy Council, salary 

do time after hours (under Vote 334, of 1883). 



Bradish Billings, Interior Department, salary 

do examining Surveyors' returns (under Vote 294, of 
1834) 



Page in 
Part II. 



F. K. Blatch, Inland Revenue Department, salary, 
do preparing maps., 



T. A. D. Bliss, Customs Department, salary 

do differential salary (under C. S. Act, sec. 49). 



R. M. Bonfellow, Interior Department, salary 

do examining Surveyors' returns (under Vote 294, of 
1884) 



John Bowes, Architect, Kingston Penitentiary 

do do St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary. 



W. C. Bowles, House of Commons staff", salary ..., 
do Indexing 

do proof-reading, &*c, Royal Society, 



14 



406 



202 



331 



201 



329 
329 



14 
406 



14 



201 



14 



406 



29 



406 

149 
147 



77 
287 



Ct3. 



1,600 00 
145 00 

1,650 00 

377 38 

900 00 

250 00 

500 00 
25 00 

650 00 

71 40 

1,400 00 
250 00 

400 00 
187 50 

1,400 00 
600 00 

1,100 00 
100 00 

174 00 

169 35 
10 00 

1,800 00 

352 50 

1,062 50 
75 00 

1,037 50 
100 00 

925 00 

36 00 

1,225 00 
15 00 

657 50 

72 00 

975 00 

18 00 

1,080 00 
1,080 00 

1,500 00 

200 00 

80 00 



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Extra, payments to Salaried Officers — Continued. 



P. J. Brennati, Privy Council, salary from Jan. 1 , , 

do time after hours (under Vote 33 i, of 1883) 



E. Brewer, House of Commons staff, salary. 

do Voucher Clerk of Printing Committee 

do proof-reading for Consolidated Statutes ..... 

L. J« Burpee, Privy Council, salary 

time after hours (under Vote 334, of 1883) 



do 

do 

1884). 

do extra work in Mounted Police Branch, 68 hours. 



special work from 1878 to 1882 (under Vote 213, of 



Geo. W. Burbidge, Justice Department, salary 

do Solicitor to Department of Indian Affairs. 



John Byrnes, Inland Revenue Department, salary. 
. do signing liquor licenses 



H. Carman, Customs, Morrisburg, salary , 

do Commission on Excise collections 



R. Cassels, Registrar of Supreme Court 

do Editor of Supreme Court Reports 

do 5 per cent. Commission on sale of Law stamps, Supreme 
Court 



S. E. St. 0. Chapleau, Sheriff of N -W. T. from July 7, 1883 

do Inspector, Public Works Department, from 
Sept. 15, 1883, at $500 



J. R. E. Chapleau, House of Commons staff 

do translating for Privy Council Office. 

C/E. D. Chubbuck, Inland Revenue Department, salary. 
do signing liquor licenses , 



F. S. Checkley, Interior Department, salary.., 

do Examining Surveyor's Returns, (under vote 294 of 
1884) 



L. H. Chute, Privy Council, salary , 

do time after hours (under vote 334 of 1883;. 



G. McK. Clarke, County Judge, salary 

do fee as Arbitrator, C. P. Railway , 

do Intercolonial Ry. Commissioner, 9 months, at $450 

H. H. Collier, Customs, St. Catharines , 

do Collector of Canal Tolls , 



J. G. Colmer, Secretary, London Immigration Office 

do charged to Unforeseen Expenses as High Commis- 
sioner's assistant 



Page in 
Part II. 



John Cotton, Superintendent, Mounted Police, salary. 
do Commission on Customs collections.... 



A. S. Cochrane, Geological Survey, salary 

do examining Land Surveyors' Returns (under vote 
294 of 1884) ;. 



T. G. Coursolles, House of Commons staff, salary 

do translating for Customs Department 

do translating for Post Office Department. 



14 



279 



14 



14 

266 



331 



326 



43 



13 



331 



406 



14 

46 
108 
122 



96 

268 



233 
314 



406 



28 
34 



% cts. 



532 28 

50 00 

1,200 00 

300 00 

18 00 

1,250 00 
100 00 

200 00 
34 00 



3,600 00 
400 00 



462 50 
50 00 



800 00 
150 00 



2,600 00 
400 00 

82 81 

1,180 65 

395 80 



1,800 00 
20 00 


825 00 
50 00 


1,000 00 
146 50 


625 00 
62 00 


2,000 00 
1,200 00 
4,050 00 


1,200 00 
200 00 



1,216 67 

486 66 

1,400 00 
5 46 

850 00 

42 00 



2,000 00 

76 CO 

3 00 



$ cts. 



582 28 

1,518 00 

1,584 00 

4,000 00 

512 50 

950 00 

3,082 81 

1,576 45 

1,820 00 

875 00 

1,146 50 
687 00 

7,250 00 
1,400 00 

1,703 33 
1,405 46 

892 00 

2,079 00- 



XIV 



Extra Payments to Salaried Officers — Continued. 



J. F. Crowe, Customs, Truro, salary. , 

do Savings Bank Agent ., 

do Commission on Excise collections. 



L. X. F Crozier, Superintendent, Mounted Police, salary., 

do Commission on Customs collections 

cio Cemmission on Ex ise collections 



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Francis Curran, Supreme Court, Senior Messenger, 
do do Usher 



A. D. De Celles, Assistant Librarian, salary, 
do Civil Service Examiner 



E. Deville, Chief Inspector of Surveys, salary , 

do Examiner, Dominion Land Surveyors. 



Edgar Dewdney, Lieut-Governor of N.-W. T. 
do Indian Commissioner 



F. A. Dixon, Railways and Canals Department, salary.... 
do differential salary (under C. S. Act, Sec. 49). 



J. A. Doyon, Inland Revenue Department, salary 
do" signing liquor licenses 



Geo. Duval, Precis writer of Supreme Court .. 
do reporting cases for law journals 



J. II. Duvar, Fishing Inspector, P E.I , salary «... 

do collecting specimens for exhibition (under vote 258 
of 1884 



W. F. Davison, services in Magnetic Observatory, Toronto, 1 year, 
do do Meteorological Branch do 



G. P. -Eliot, A. R. G. Office, Toronto 

do extra services during absence of A. R. G. 



D. Ferguson, Customs, Chatham, N.B. 
do Savings Bank Agent 



A. E. Forget, Clerk of North-West Council 
do rental allowance 



Geo. Fo'vler, Inland Revenue Departmeut, salary, 
do mailing bquor license forms 



J. 0. Fortier, Post Office Department, salary ,, 

do translating for Post Office Department, 



Sc-i 



Hagnoa, Mounted Police, Superintendent 

to Returning Officer, Edmonton election 



A. S. Geralds, Customs. Prescott, palary 

do Immigration services, Prescott. 



W. Geralds, Customs, Prescott, salary 

do Inland Revenue, Prescott, salary 



P. V. Gauvreau, Dominion Lands Office, Prince Albert. 

do collecting agricultural statistics. 

do scheduling land claims 



John Gorman, Aud.tor-General's Office, salary 

do differential salary (under C.S. Act, sec. 49). 



326 

233 
314 
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400 00 

75 00 



1,400 00 

1,500 00 

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2,400 00 
300 00 



2,025 00 
70 00 



4,000 00 
3,200 00 



1,450 00 
150 00 

825 00 
65 00 



2,000 00 
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250 00 

540 00 
428 33 



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1,200 00 
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1,333 33 
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600 00 
100 00 



700 00 
200 00 

783 33 

200 00 

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1,100 00 
145 83 



XV 



Extra Payments to Salaried Officers — Continued. 



C M. Gore, Customs, St. Andrews, N.B 

do Savings Bank Agent 

do commission on Excise collections 



J. U. Gregory, Marine and Fisheries Agent, Quebec 

do forwarding Public Works supplies 

do collecting specimens for exhibition (under Vote 258 
of 1884) , 



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R. B. Haddow, Customs, Newcastle, N.B.. 
do Savings Bank Agent 



Henry Hartney, Accountant, House of Commons 
do Clerk of Printing Committee 



F. Hayter, Auditor-General's Office, salary 

do differential salary (under C.S. Act, sec. 49) 



Jno. Hickman, Customs, Dorchester 

do Savings Bank Agent 

do commission on Excise collections. 



Wm. Himsworth, Inland Revenue Department, salary 
do signing liquor licenses 



W. A. Hogg, Customs, Collingwood, salary .... 
do commission on Excise collections. 



Sydenham Howe, Auditor, Halifax, salary , 

do examining vouchers for Public Works Department 



James Johnson, Commissioner of Customs, salary 

do Chairman of Board of Customs (Vote 198 — 1883). 



C. J. Jones, Governor-General's Office, salary 

do differential salary (under C S. Act, sec. 49) , 

L. K. Jones, Riilways aud Canals Deparlment, salary .... ... 

do Secretary to Intercolonial Railway Commission., 



N. W. Jones, Customs, Weymouth , 

do Savings Bank Agent 

Augustus Keefer, Justice Department, salary , 

do Commissioner of Dominion Police . 



P. LeSueur, Civil Service Examiner and Secretary 
do superannuation allowance 



H, G. Lamothe, Inland Revenue Department, salary., 
do signing liquor licenses 



R. Lang, Interior Department, salary , 

do Secretary to Board of Examiners of Dom. Land Surveyors. 

W. H. Lee, Privy Council Office, salary... 

do time after hours (under vote 334, of 1883) 



A. Lusignan, Inland Revenue Department, salary 

do translating for Privy Council Office 

L. F. A. Maingy, Chief Post Office Inspector's Office ■ 

do examining Surveyors' returns (under Vote 294 
of 1884) ...... 



326 



189 

202 



326 



331 



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122 



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200 00 

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129 65 



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800 00 

1,800 00 
145 83 



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908 19 



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250 00 

1,400 00 
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1,350 00 
100 00 



1,500 CO 
70 00 



1,550 00 
134 00 



1,100 00 
40 75 



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2,650 00 
1,600 00 
3,100 00 
1,145 83 

805 00 
1,725 00 

629 65 
2,025 00 
4,000 00 
1,945 83 
2,358 19 

850 00 
1,800 00 
2,024 31 
1,450 00 
1,570 00 
1,684 00 
1,140 75 

1,172 75 



XVI 



Extra. Payments to Salaried Officers — Continued. 



John Makinson, Marine and Fisheries Department, salary 

do extra services re Pishing Bounty (under Vote 258, 
Of 1884) 



C. Medlow, Secretary of State's Office, salary 

do engrossing address to Marquis of Lome. 

D. F. Merritt, Customs, "Woodstock, N.B 

do Savings Bank Agent. 



B. Miall, Commissioner of Inland Revenue, salary. 

do Commissioner of Standards, 1883-4 

do arrears, Jan. to June, 1883 



W. Montgomery, Customs, Dalhousie 

do Savings Bank Agent 

H. Muma, Land Valuator for Canals ., 

do do Public Works Department. 



Oscar L. E. Moll, Privy Council Office, salary 

do time after hours (under Vote 334, of 1883). 



Thos. Menzies, services in Magnetic Observatory, Toronto,*l year... 
do do Meteorological Branch do 



Lt.-Col. Jas. F. Macleod, C.M.G., Stipendiary Magistrate, N.W.T... 

do alio wan ce in place of free quarters , 

18 months, to June 30, 1884 



A. R. Macdonell, Inspector, Mounted Police 

do commission on Customs collections. 



Lt.-Col. D. A. Macdonald, Militia Department, salary ,.. 

do supply officer, Brock ville camp. 

John J. McGee, Clerk of Privy Council, salary ., 

do time after hours (under Vote 334, of 1883). 



D. E. McFarland, Customs, Port Colborne. 
do Collector of Canal Tolls . 



F. Newby, Privy Council Office, salary ,. 

do time after hours (under Vote 334, of 1883) , 



F. Norman, Mounted Police Inspector 

do Acting Indian Agent, 6 months ... 

E. O'Brien, Customs, Windsor, N.S 

do Savings Bank Agent ..., 

do commission on Excise collections 



W. J. O'Brien, Customs, Bathurst, N.B. 
do Savings Bank Agent.... 



C. H. O'Meara, Militia Department, salary 

do Acting Staff Paymaster, District No. 4. 



Hon. P. O'Reilly, Indian Reserve Commissioner 

do services in preparing Mining Regulations. 



J. Ormiston, Customs, Gananoque, salary 

do commission on Excise collections 



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201 
287* 



330 
330 



129 
190 



14 



51 

43 



232 
314 



14 



14 



233 

225 



326 



214 

378 



326 



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1,150 00 
150 00 


712 50 
100 00 


900 00 
400 00 


3,200 00 
800 00 
400 00 


1,000 00 
400 00 


1,410 00 
750 00 


550 00 
30 00 


540 00 
300 00 


3,000 00 
750 00 


1,000 00 
34 79 


1,712 50 
75 00 


3,200 00 
175 00 


300 00 
1,400 00 

1,000 00 
80 00 


1,000 00 
500 00 


1,200 00 

400 00 

34 13 


800 00 
300 00 


2,150 00 
200 00 


2,916 59 
420 00 

900 00 
200 00 



XV11 



Extra Payments to Salaried Officers — Continued. 



John Page, Chief Engineer, Canals, salary 

Arbitrator in re Williamson, Rodgers & Farrell. 



do 
do 
do 



do 
do 



R. P. Cooke & Co 
F. B. McNamee & Co. 



H. F. Perley, Chief Engineer, Public Works Department 

do 4 years services to Dec, 1883, re St Peter's Canal. 

E. D. Phillips, Customs, Napanee 

do commission on Excise collections 



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Part II. 



G. Pittendrigh, Fishery Overseer, British Columbia 

do Savings Bank Agent, New Westminster 

R. Eauscher, Interior Department, salary 

do examining Surveyors' returns](under Vote 294, of 1884) 

T.J. Richardson, ^Official Reporter, Commons, salary 

do Shorthand Writer, Interior Department 

do Sub-Examiner, Civil Service Examinations 

Hugh Richardson, Stipendiary Magistrate, Regina , 

do legai adviser to Lieut -Governor Dewdney 

do yearly rent allowance in place of per quarters.... 

J. G. Ridout, A. R. G. Office, Toronto, salary. .. 

do extra services during absence of A. R. G 

W. H. Rogers, Fisheries Agent, Nova Scotia, salary 

do collecting specimens for exhibitions '(under Vote 258, 
of 1884) :...:. M 



Robt. Romaine, Proof-reader, House of Commons .. 
do do Printing Committee 

Jas. Robertson, Customs, Moncton, salary 

do commission on Excise collections.. 



W. T. Ross, Customs, Picton, Out., salary 

do commission on Excise collections 



John Rusk, Customs. Richibucto, salary. 
do Stvings Bank Agent 



Andrew Russell, Interior Department, 6 mos. salary 

do arrears of statutory increases 

do Examiner of Dominion Land Surveyors., 

Lindsay Russell, Surveyor-General, salary ...... 

do Examiner of Dominion Land Surveyors. , 

J. S. Scholfield, Customs, Port Colborne , 

do Canal Office do 

Collingwood Schreiber, Chief Engineer of Railways 

do C.P.R., Head Office , 



J. F. Shaw, Inland Revenue Department, salary , 

do differential salary (under C. S. Act, sec. 49). 

A. Shurtleff, Mounted Police, Superintendent , 

do commission on Customs collections 



Alex. Sloane, Clerk, House of Commons 

do Assistant Proof-reader, Printing Committee. 

5— B 



127 
132 
132 



133 



326 



406 

78 

389 

40 

51 
276 
275 



202 



326 
326 



379 
379 



112 



232 
314 



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4,500 00 
575 00 
335 00 
63« 00 



3,000 00 
1,000 00 


1,275 00 
189 60 


500 00 
450 00 



875 00 
73 50 

1,300 00 

625 00 

15 00 



3,000 00 
200 00 
500 00 



1,400 CO 

100 00 

1,400 00 

250 00 



1,500 00 
300 00 



366 67 
150 00 

700 00 
200 00 

1,100 00 
250 00 



1,125 00 

600 00 

70 00 



3,200 00 
10 00 

300 00 
500 00 


4, 001 00 
2,000 00 


825 00 
247 90 


1,400 00 
500 00 



600 00 
200 00 



$ cts, 



6,045 00 

4,000 00 

1,464 60 

950 0O 

948 50 

1,940 00 

3,700 00 

1,500 ca 

1,650 00 

1,800 00 

516 67 

900 00 

1,350 00 

1,795 CO 
3,210 00 

800 0O 
6,000 00 
1,072 90 
1,900 00 

800 00 



XVlll 



Extra Payments to Salaried Officers — Continued. 



E. Clementi Smith, Dominion Land Agent, Brandon , 

do 25 per cent, commission on timber dues col- 
lected 



W. Strange, Paymaster, Royal Military College., 
do do "B" Battery 



A. Sproat, Registrar, Prince Albert, N.W.T. 
do makiDg map for "Telegraphs"... 



W. A. Stewart, Magnetic Observatory, Toronto 
do Meteorological Branch do 



A. F. Street, Customs, Fredericton, salary, 
d Savings Bank Agent 



P. B. Symes, Interior Department, salary , 

do examining Surveyors' returns (under Vote 294, of 
1884) 



Charles Thibault, Secretary to Canal Arbitrators, 6 months, 
do do Public Works Arbitrators. ... 



John Thorburn, LL.D., Civil Service Examiner 

do Librarian, Geological Survey 

» do Examiner, Royal Military College, Kingston 



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Part II. 



John Tilton, Accountant, Marine and Fisheries Department 

do extra services re Fishing Bounty (under Vote 258, of '84) 

A. S. Townshend, Customs, Parrsboro', salary 

do Savings Bank Agent... 



Jfi. D. T remain, Customs, Port Hood, salary, 
do Savings Bank Agent 



Hon. J. W Trutch, Dominion Land* Agent, B C 

do Agent ol Department of Railways, B.C 

do do Public Works Department in B.C 

Nathan Tupper, Customs, Amherst, N.S ■» 

do Savings Bank Agent «... 



W. H. VenniDg, Fishery Agent, N.B ~ 

do collecting specimens for Exhibition (under Vote 
258, of 1884) 



Botsford Viets, Customs, Digby, salary, 
do Savings Bank Agent 



T. J. Watters, Customs Department, salary , 

do differential salary (under C. S. Act) sec. 49. 

H. Webber, Customs, St. Stephen, N.B., salary 

do commission on Excise collections 



W. S. Williams, Customs, Coaticook, salary .... 
dt special services to Immigration. 



Captain Joseph Wilson, Customs, SaultSte. Marie 

do Fishery Overseer, Sault Ste. Marie, 

do commission on Excise collections.. . 



Wm. Wilson, Assistant Law Clerk, Commons, 
do consolidation of the Statutes 



369 
376 
107 



276 
189 



406 

135 
190 

40 

iof 



201 



382 
110 
352 



202 



326 



99 



326 



279 



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1,200 00 
158 37 


296 66 

216 58 

1,000 00 
24 00 


640 00 
500 00 



1,366 67 

400 00 

1,100 00 

71 25 

966 67 
800 00 

300 00 

600 (0 

33 33 



2,350 00 
400 00 


500 00 
200 00 


500 00 
250 00 

2,500 00 

2,500 00 

600 00 


1,200 00 
300 00 


1,400 00 
250 00 



800 00 

250 00 

1,800 CO 
150 00 



1,600 00 
146 00 

1,400 00 
250 00 

1,100 00 
2(0 00 
127 57 

2,000 00 
2,500 00 



XIX 



Extra Payments to Salaried Officers — Continued. 





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$ cts. 


$ Cts 








2,000 00 
1,000 00 




do collecting specimens for Exhibition (under Vote 
258, of 1884) ~ 


202 

130 
128 


3,000 00 


A. F Wood, Land Valuator on Trent River 


1,570 00 
30 00 


do do Murray Canal -i 






1,600 00 







Note. — The following classes of extra payments are not included in the above list : — 
Crown seizures, Customs. 

do Excise. 

Allowance for increased cost of living in Manitoba and British Columbia. 
Computing Savings Bank interest, Post Office and Finance Department. 
Allowance to Excisemen in charge of large distilleries. 
Differential salaries under sec. 49 of C. S. Act, Outside Service. 
Allowances to Ministers' Private Secretaries. 



XX 



Advertising, 1883-4 



Albert Maple Leaf , 

Alliston Herald 

Almonte Times , 

Amherst Gazette .... 

Amherstburg Echo 

Annapolis Spectator 

Antigoni3h Casket.... 

Arnprior Chronicle 

do Times 

Arthabaskaville Alpha 

do Union 

Arthur Enterprise 

Aurora Borealis 

Aylmer Times 

Ay ton Farmer 

Barrie Advance 

Battleford Herald 

Beauharnois Journal 

Belleville Intelligencer 

Berlin News. 

Blyth Review 

Bradford Witness 

Bracebridge Herald 

Brampton Conservator ,. 

Brandon Blade ...„ 

do Mail 

do Sun 

Brantford Courier .. 

do Ttleg am 

Bridgetown Monitor 

Brighton Ensign 

do Standard 

Brockville Monitor 

do Times , 

Bryson Equity 

do Pontiac Advance 

Caledonia Sachem 

Calgary Herald 

do Norwester 

Campbellford Herald 

Carleton Place Central Canadian, 

Charlottetowu Examiner 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
Chatham, 
do 
do 



Herald 

New Era 

P.E.I. Gazette 

Patriot 

Presbyterian 

Ont, Planet. 

Ont , Tribune 

N B, World 

Clirton Huron News 

do News Record 

Coaticook observer 

Cobourg Sentinel Star 

Colborne Express 

Collingwood Enterpriee — Messenger. 

Cookstown Advocate 

Cornwall N T ews 

do Reporter 

Cowansville Observer 

Dartmouth Times , 

Digby Courier 

Dundas Standard 

Dunnville Gazette 

Durham Chronicle 

Edmonton Bulletin 



Carried lorward 



$ cts 



147 07 

36 40 

102 45 
64 98 

4 95 
23 80 

154 08 
78 08 
94 45 
35 55 

149 16 

46 10 

33 00 

205 37 
31 60 
98 38 

10 30 
7 20 

271 86 

232 82 

25 52 

123 83 

69 52 

81 72 

11 40 
519 98 

68 00 
288 44 

69 68 
78 64 

62 24 
10 70 

113 84 

206 80 
171 44 
108 90 

35 80 

27 20 

266 80 

63 10 
225 19 
147 58 

103 80 
48 40 
18 05 
10 70 
62 86 

130 96 
71 20 

184 02 
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47 62 

47 40 
126 54 

34 80 
69 06 

48 96 
3 30 

118 67 
46 48 
66 48 

144 72 

104 79 

37 00 
37 90 
21 40 



6,242 91 



Brought forward. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Eganville Enterprise 

Elmira Advertiser 

Emerson International 

Exeter Times. ..... 

Flesherton Advance 

Forest Free Press 

Fort Benton Record ,..., 

Fort Macleod Gazette. 

Fredericton Capital 

do Maritime Farmer 

do Reporter , 

do Royal Gazette 

Gait Reporter 

Gananoque Journal , 

Goderich Star , 

Gore Bay Enterprise 

do Manitoulin Guide . 

Gorrie Enterprise 

Guelph Herald..... 

Halifax Chronicle 

do Church Guardian 

Herald 

Mail 

New Era , 

Royal Gazette 

Watchman 

Wesleyan 

Witness 

Hamilton Spectator 

Hastings Review 

do Star 

Hull Dispatch 

Huntingdon Farmers' Advocate. 

Ingersoll Time.? 

do Tribune 

Joliette Gazette 

do Observer 

Keenansville Sentinel 

Kentville Watchman 

do Western Chronicle.... 

Kincardine Standard 

Kingston News 

do Whig . .....; 

Kingsville Reporter 

Lachute Watchman 

Lancaster Times 

Leamington Post 

Levis Quotidien 

Lindsay Warder 

Listowel Standard 

do Volkfreund 

Liverpool Times 

London Catholic Record 

do Farmers' Advocate 

do Free Press 

do Herald • 

L'Orignal Advertiser 

do News 

Louiseville Courier 

Lunenburg Progress 

Madoc Review 

Manitowaning Gazette 

Markham Sun 

Marquette Review 

Meaford Mirror - 



13 30 


51 40 


19 04 


6 30 


387 46 


68 54 


51 84 


7 20 


91 82 


136 95 


36 50 


333 60 


168 90 


79 26 


4 50 


8 9T 


41 50 


20 64 


7 56 


49 45 


29 90 


61 06 


13,532 46 



XXI 



Advertising — Continued. 



Brought forward 

Millbrook Messenger 

Milton News 

Minnedosa Tribune 

Miramichi Advance 

Mitchell Advocate 

Moncton Times 

Montreal Canadian Illustrated News. 

do Courier 

do Etendard 

do Gazette 

do Herald ■ 

do Journal of Commerce 

do Legal News 

do Minerve ■> 

do Monde 

do Moniteur de Commmerce.... 

do Nouvelles Soirees 

do Opinion Publique 

do Petite Franchise 

do Pilot 

do Post , ,. 

do Scientific American-. 

de Shareholder 

do Star 

do True Witness 

Moo3e Jaw News ....... 

Morris Herald 

Morrisburg Courier 

Mount Forest Advocate 

Nanaimo Free Press 

Napanee Beaver 

do Standard 

Newcastle Union Advocate 

New Glasgow Plaindealer 

New Hamburg Independent 

do Volksblatt 

Newmarket Era 

New Westminster British Columbian, 
do Mainland Guardian 

Nicolet Messager ... 

North Sydney Herald 

Norwood Register 

Omemee Herald 

Orangeville Gazette c 

do Sun 

Orilla Packet 

Ormstown Courier 

Oshawa Vindicator 

Ottawa Album des Families 

do Canada > 

do Citizen 

do Free Press 

do Investigator 

do Mining Beview 

do Nouvelie Soirees. 

do Orange Lily 

do Sanitary Journal 

Owen Sound Times 

Palmerston Telegraph 

Paris Review ......... 

do Star 

Parkdale News ., 

Park Hill Gazette 

Carried forward «, 
5— <3 



$ cts. 



13,532 46 

41 30 
80 84 

83 75 
77 28 

108 88 
485 99 
242 30 
11 85 
318 12 
737 70 
246 00 
248 20 

77 25 
709 02 
587 28 
345 50 

16 40 

79 00 

18 90 

69 16 

365 90 

15 50 

719 90 

619 80 

5 40 

13 70 

33 50 
126 71 

43 68 
93 30 
15 56 

24 62 
229 46 

11 05 
37 80 

42 10 

34 60 
188 26 
186 65 

84 76 
211 14 

66 43 
48 78 
69 17 

43 40 
66 55 

34 95 
107 88 

60 50 
485 51 
515 17 

65 70 
147 90 
129 50 

61 80 
103 70 

32 25 

78 01 

35 50 

66 79 

25 34 
69 93 
41 20 



23,576 53 



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Pembroke Standard 

Perth Expositor. 

Peterboro' Canadian Lumberman. 

do Review 

do Times..., , 

Petrolia Advertiser 

Pickering News 

Picton Gazette 

Pictoa Standard 

Portage la Prairie Tribune 

Port Arthur Herald 

do Sentinel 

Port Dover Maple Leaf 

Port Hope Guide 

do Times 

Port Perry Observer 

Port Rowan Spirit of the Age 

Prescot Messenger 

Prince Albert Times...,. 

Quebec Ami des Campagnes 

do Budget 

Canadien 

Chronicle 

Courrierdu Canada 

Courrer de Montmagny..., 

Cultivateur 

Evenement '. 

Journal , 

Mercury 

Nouvelliste 

Official Gazette 

Petit Journal 

Telegraph 

Verite 

Rat Portage Progress 

Regina Leader 

do Sun 

Richmond Guardian 

Richmond Hill Herald 

Ridgetown Standard 

Rock Island Journal 

Sackville Post 

Sarnia Canadian 

Sault Ste. Marie Pioneer 

SeaforthSun , 

Selkirk Herald.. 

Shediac Moniteur Acadien 

Shelburne Free Press 

Sherbrooke Gazette 

do Pionnier 

do Progres de l'Est 

Simcoe British Canadian 

Smith's Falls Independent.., 

Sorel News 

do Sorelois , 

Stirling News — Argus • 

Stellarton Trades Journal 

Stratford Herald , 

do Times 

Srathroy Despatch 

Summerside Journal 

Sydney Advocate 

St. Andrews Bay Pilot 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Carried forward , 33,855 78 



XX11 



A DVERTISING — Continued. 



Brought forward 

St. Anne Gazette 

St. Boniface Manitoba 

St. Catharine- s Journal 

do Visitor 

St. Hyacinthe Courrier , 

St. Jerome Nord , 

St. John (N.B.) Christian Visitor..., 

do Intelligencer 

do Maple Leaf 

St. John News , 

do Sun , 

do Trade Reporter 

St. Johns (Que.) News 

do Protectionniste 

St. Marys' Journal 

St. Stephen Courier 

St. Thomas Times 

Three iiivers Constitutionnel 

do Journal 

Thornbury Union-Standard 

Thorold Post , 

Toronto Advertiser 

do Baptist 

do Canadian Manufacturer 

do Canadian Sportsman. 

do Christian Guardian 

do Dominion Churchman 

do Evangelical Churchman .... 

do Evening Canadian 

do Evening News 

do Farm Journal 

do Globe 

do Grip 

do Irish Canadian 

do Mail 

do Merchant and Manufacturer 

do Monetary Times 

do National 

do Official Gazette 

do Presbyterian 

do Sanitary Journal 

do Sentinel , 

do Telegram 

do Truth 

do Week 

do World 

Trenton Advocate 

Truro Sun 

Victoria Colonist 

do Evening Post 

do Official Gazette 

do Standard 

Walkerton Herald , 

do Die Glocke 

Wallaceburg Echo 

do Record 

Watford Guide-News 

Carried forward 



% cts. 

33,855 78 

108 63 
317 86 
173 26 

90 35 
175 61 

41 32 
348 46 
135 35 
5 61 
520 29 
809 60 
5 50 
197 95 
191 86 

35 60 
185 50 
117 28 
271 02 
251 64 

88 77 

38 SO 

90 50 
100 40 

80 30 
256 00 
107 90 
105 00 

35 35 
358 30 
208 60 

50 00 

5 40 

6 50 
343 10 

1,278 55 

23 70 

266 50 

287 50 

23 64 

95 00 

37 50 

190 85 

328 70 

59 70 

16 35 

233 50 

51 24 
128 76 
285 64 
180 60 

78 75 
265 55 
40 10 
35 70 
26 80 
3 60 
78 32 



43,730 04 



Brought forward... 

Waterloo Farmers' Friend., 
do Journal 

Welland Canadian Farmer 
do Telegraph 

West Lynne Times 

Whitby Gazette 

Windsor (Ont.) Review 

Windsor (N S.) Journal 

do Mail 

Wingham Advance 

Winnipeg Commercial 

do Free Press 

do Leifur , 

do Official Gazette . 

do Siftings , 

do Sun 

do Times 

Woodstock (N.B.) Press 

Woodstock (Ont.) Times .... 

Yale Inland Sentinel 

Yarmouth Herald 

do Times 

Yorkville News 

Morgan's Register 

British and foreign papers .. 



Summary. 

Charges of Management 

Civil Government 

Penitentiaries 

Legislation 

Immigration 

Quarantine 

Militia 

Railways 

Canals 

Public Works (Capital) 

do (Income) 

Fisheries , 

Indian Affairs 

North- West Mounted Police .... 

Miscellaneous 

Collection of Revenue — 

Culling Timber , 

Inspection of Staples 

Minor Revenues 

Public Works 

Post Office 

Dominion Lands (Capital) 
do (Income) 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT, 

1883-4. 



PART I. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS 



2 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-4. 



Account of sums expended, compared with the sums estimated, for the 
Year ended 30th June, 1884, showing the surplus or deficit upon each 
sub-head of Estimate. 



Public Debt, 



Interest : — 

Payable in London; — 
Issue of Canada 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 

New Brunswick. . 

Nova Scotia 

British Columbia 

Dominion 

do 



Payable in Canada: — 
Issue of Canada 

do Nova Scotia 

do New Brunswick.. 

Debentures 

A Stock 



A do 

B do 

C do 

D do 



Savings Banks : — 

Post Office 

Ontario 

Manitoba 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

British Columbia , 

Prince Edward Island 

Indian Fund ..... 

do 

do 

Widows' pensions and uncommuted 

stipends, L.C 

Interest on Trust Funds :— 

Common School Fund $ 82,282 22 

Upper Canada Building 

*und 73,619 57 

Lower Canada Superior 

Education Fund 20,615 71 

Upper Canada Grammar 



Paid to Treasurer of Ontario 136,696 62 
do Quebec 55,459 32 



Quebec Harbor Sinking Fund , 

Compensation to Seigniors 

Seignorial indemnity to townships. 

Robert Dunsmuir, interest on amount de- 
posited as security for contract for 
railway and telegraph lines construe 



tion, B.C. 



Carried forward. 



Estimate. 



$ cts. 

1,568,730 12 

49,669 20 

263,500 80 

64,970 00 

29,200 00 

3,562,400 00 

121,666 67 



5,660,136 79 

988 75 

57,115 20 

7,374 00 

32,280 00 

480 00 

21,828 84 

124,595 00 

3,080 80 

67,131 24 



422,108 53 
24 908 14 
24,568 73 
213,934 12 
145,113 05 
79,155 13 
42,488 72 
66,286 81 
57,234 87 
36,104 85 

432 24 



Expenditure 



cts. 



1,568,681 43 

50,676 60 

263,500 80 

64,970 00 

29,200 00 

3,562,400 00 

121,666 67 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



5,661,095 50 

1,035 00 

57,115 20 

7,374 00 

32,280 00 

480 00 

21,828 80 

119,280 26 

3,080 78 

67,131 24 



477,487 46 
26,821 85 
23,862 01 
233,988 71 
157,527 86 
85,002 77 
49,449 27 
66,468 78 
28,680 00 
58,667 96 

459 80 



192,155 95 



5,965 75 



192,155 94 

4,771 90 

1J,684 83 

231 87 



5,000 00 



7,285,467 51 7,392,961 79 



$ cts. 



48 69 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



1,007 40 



958 71 
46 25 



04 

5,314 74 

02 



706 72 

J 

k 



J, 554 87 



01 
1,193 85 



55,378 93 
1,913 71 

20,054 59 

12,414 81 

5,847 64 

6,960 55 

181 97 

22,563 11 

27 56 



11,684 83 
231 87 



5,000 00 



107,494 28 



PUBLIC DEBT. 



3 



Account of sums expended, compared with the sums estimated, for the 
Year ended 30th June, 1884, showing the surplus or deficit upon each 
sub-head of Estimate. 



Public Debt. 


a 

Si 

ft- 


Estimate. 


Expenditure 


Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 


Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 
7,285,467 51 


$ cts. 
7,392,961 79 

62 02 

34,600 00 
17,495 27 

3,054 16 
252,007 37 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
107,494 28 

62 02 


Interest — Continued. 

Northern Assurance Co., interest on de- 
posit 


4 
5 


V 


Hudson Bay Co., interest on Rupert's 
Land purchase 


34,600 00 


do do 


X 


17,495 27 


Bank of Montreal, London, interest on 
current account ... 






3,054 16 


Proceeds of C.P.R. bonds, interest on new 
loans, &c 




400,000 00 


147,992 63 


Interest on Land Grant Bond 

Deposit Acconnt $ 16,058 77 

Interest from 10th Nov., 1883, 

to 17th Feb., 1884, on 

$15,942,645, amount of 4 

per cent. Funded Debt, 

C.P.R. guarantee 170,345 90 

Dominion of Canada Cur- 
rency Debentures and 

Stock 19,497 08 


4 

4 

4 
4 
4 


• 


Glyn, Mills & Co., interest on 

advances on loan account 23,239 89 
Baring Bros. & Co., interest on 

advances on loan account 22,865 73 














7,685,467 51 

570,876 01 
2,163,810 23 
4,950,781 27 


7,700,180 61 




14,713 10 


Summary of Interest : — 
Interest at 6 per cent 




583,750 21 

2,163,603 69 

4,949,772 55 

3,054 16 


12,874 20 


do 5 do 




206 54 
1,008 72 










do varying rate 




3 054 16 










Total 


7,685,467 51 


7,700,180 61 




14,713 10 









(See Public Accounts for 1883-84, part ii, page 13.) 
Interest on Investments, $986,698 37. 

I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUaALL, 

Auditor- Gene ral. 
Examined, 

A. B. Hudson. 



5-lJa 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883 4. 



Explanations by the Deputy Minister of Finance. 

a and c. Errors in calculation. 

b. The 6 per cent, bonds having all matured, an examination is now being made 
of the amounts standing at the credit of the unpaid coupon account for this service, 
in order to adjust the debt issue. 

f viid q. Call for no remarks. 

e. Expenditure less in consequence of a certain amount of B. stock having been 
paid off during the fiscal year. • 

9) h h #> J an d m. Increases caused by increased deposits in the savings banks. 

i. Diminution caused by excess of interest having been charged in the previous 
fiscal year. 

w, p and p. Increases caused by increased capital. 

o. Diminution caused by diminution of capital. 

r. Diminution caused by reduction of the rate of interest, in consequence of the 
Act 46 Vic, c. 38. 

s and t. Not estimated for — principal expected to be redeemed. 

u, v, w, x and y. Unforeseen. 

z. Saving — full amount not required during the year. 

In conclusion, I have to draw attention to the fact that in a total expenditure of 
SYjfOOjOOO the variation, as compared with the estimate, is under $15,000. 

J. M. COUETNEY, D. M.F. 



PUBLIC DEBT 



Account of sums expended, compared with the sums estimated, for the 
Year ended 30th June, 1884, showing the surplus or deficit upon each 
sub-head of Estimate. 



Public Debt. 


Estimate. 


Expenditure 


Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 


Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated) 


Premium, Discount and Exchange: — 
Premium on Bonds purchased forSinkingFunds— 

Consolidated Canadian Loan $14,919 98 

Intercolonial Railway Loan 12,958 72 

Rupert's Land Loan 2,110 92 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

53,363 61 

15,863 68 

5,775 00 

28,499 98 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Loans of 1874, '75, '76, '78, '79.... 22,708 47 








Discount on remittances to England 






Commission on remittances to British Columbia. 















103,502 27 




Estimate for premium and discount 


62,000 00 
41,502 27 

















(See Public Accounts for 1883-84, part ii, page 27.) 

Explanation by Deputy Minister of Finance : 

The excess of expenditure herein shown is caused by a charge on exchange sold against part of 
proceeds of new loan, and was not foreseen at the time the estimate was prepared. 

Revenue from Premium, Discount and Exchange, $52,414 05. 



Sinking Fund:— 

Consolidated Canadian Loan 

Intercolonial Railway. 

Rupert's Land Loan 

British Columbia Loan 

Dominion 4 per cent. Loan, 1874 

• do do 1876 

do do 1875 $138,211 15 

do Loans, 1878-79.... 224,344 85 

Guaranteed Loans of 1875 and 1878 188,826 67 

Unguaranteed Loan of 1875 34,066 67 

do Loans of 1878-79 129,940 00 



478,698 23 
274,795 75 


28,106 39 

39,957 74 

144,316 88 


81,087 30 


362,556 00 


1,409,518 29 



481,800 00 


251,120 00 
25,793 33 
16,546 67 

142,593 33 
79,813 33 


352,833 34 


1,350,500 00 



23,675 75 
2,313 06 

23,411 07 
1,723 55 
1,273 97 



9,722 66 



59,018 29 



3,101 77 



(See Public Accounts for 1883-84, part ii, page 30.) 

Explanation by Deputy Minister of Finance ; 

The difference between the expenditure and the amount estimated is caused by an over-calculation 
of the amount required. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-4. 



Account of sums expended, compared with the sums estimated, for the 
Year ended 30th June, 1884, showing the surplus or deficit upon each 
sub-head of Estimate 



Public Debt. 



Redemption of Debt:— 

Payable in London — 
Province of Canada Sterling Debentures, 6 
New Brunswick do 

Nova Scotia do 



r 



Payable in Canada — 
Province of Canada CurrencyDebentures, 5 p.c. 
Prince Edward Island Currency Debentures, 

6 p. c 

Dominion Stock, 5 p.c, B 

do do D - 

Funded Debt of 1883, C. P. R.. 

Guarantee, dividend for 6 months 
on $65,000,000, at 3p.c. pr. anm. $975,000 00 
Less — Interest for 6 months 
on $15,942,645, at 4 
p.c. pr. anm 318,852 90 



Compensation to Seigniors , 

Provincial Notes, Nova Scotia. 



Estimate. 



$ cts. 

954,840 00 

34,066 67 

350,400 00 

1,339,306 67 

34,000 00 



1,373,306 67 2,226,167 46 



Expenditure 



cts. 



1,329,573 33 
34,066 67 



1,363,640 00 

36,100 00 

1,500 00 

112,200 00 

54,535 42 



656,147 10 

1,923 34 

121 60 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



cts. 



350,400 00 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



374,733 33 



24,333 33 

2,100 00 

1,500 00 

112,200 00 

54,535 42 



656,147 10 

.1,923 34 

121 60 



852,860 79 



(See Public Accounts for 1883-4, part ii, page 32.) 



SUMMARY. 



Interest on Public Debt 

Premium, Discount and Exchange . 

Sinking Funds , 

Redemption of Public Debt 



7,685,467 51 

62,000 00 

1,409,518 29 

1,373,306 67 

10,530,292 47 



7,700,180 61 

103,502 27 

1,350,500 00 

2,226,167 46 



11,380,350 34 



59,018 29 



14,713 10 
41,502 27 

852,860 79 

850,057 87 



PUBLIC DEBT. 



Explanations by the Deputy Minister of Finance, 

a and c. Should have been taken together. In the Estimates the word " Nova 
Scotia " was a misprint. The expenditure more than estimated under these two 
heads ($24,333.33) is accounted for by overdue debentures payable in previous fiscal 
years not having been presented until the fiscal year now last past. 

b. Calls for no remark. 

d and e. Over- expenditure for same reason as a and c. 

f, B. stock redeemed during the year before maturity. 

g> Amount of stock that was not paid off in previous fiscal years, but paid off in 
last fiscal year . 

h. Payment on stock held on account of the Canadian Pacific Guarantee, under an 
arrangement which was made after the preparation of the Estimates. 

i and j. Amounts calculated to have been paid off in previous fiscal years. 

J. M. COUETNEY, D.M.F. 

I certify that these accounts have been examined under my directions 
and are correct. 

J. L. McDOUaALL, 
Examined, Auditor' General, 

A. B. Hudson. 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-4. 



Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Tear 
ended 30th June, 1884, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head Yote. 



Service. 



CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT. 

Financial Inspector 

Office of Assistant Receiver-General, Toronto- 
do do Montreal.. 

Auditor and Assistant Receiver-Gen- 
eral, Halifax $11,000 00 

To cover expenses, including rent, in 
connection with the Assistant 
Receiver-General's Office at Hali- 
fax 1,600 00 



Auditor and Assistant Receiver-General,St. John 
do do Winnipeg, 

do do 



do board 
allowance..., 

do do Victoria , 

do do Charlottetown, 

P.E.I 

Country Savings Banks— New Bruns- 
wick, Nova Scotia and British 

Columbia $14,200 00 

For increase to salaries of Savings 
Bank Agents and establishment 
of new offices 2,000 00 



London Agents t — 

Commission on debt redeemed , 

Commission on interest- , 

Commission and brokerage, Consolidated 

Canadian Loan Sinking Fund. 

Commission $2,409 00 

Brokerage 1,204 60 



Brokerage — Intercolonial Sinking Fund., 
do Rupert's Land Loan Sinking 

Fund 

British Columbia Loan Sinking 

Fund 

for Sinking Funds, Loans of 
1874, '75, '76, '78 and' 79.. 

Commission $1,932 07 

Brokerage 1,438 10 



do 

do 



Sir John Rose for services as Financial 
Agent 

English Bill Stamps, postages and tele- 
grams 



Carried forward. 



Grant. 



cts 



2,600 00 
7,600 00 
5,500 00 



12,600 00 

10,500 00 
6,700 00 

850 00 
7,200 00 

4,900 00 



16,200 00 



28,300 68 
2,393 49 



686 99 

70 02 

99 89 

2,939 80 



7,000 00 



115,140 87 



Expendi- 
ture. 



$ cts. 



2,600 00 
7,389 89 
5,551 10 



11,785 57 

10,842 66 

6,040 50 

870 00 



en 
.2 

o> 
bo 
a3 



6J918 28 
4,585 92 


13,276 00 


5 11 

28,227 38 


3,613 50 


782 32 


128 96 


132 62 


3,370 17 


9,555 70 


3,609 05 


119,283 73 



Expendi- 
ture 
less than 
Esti- 
mated. 



$ cts. 



210 11 
b 



814 43 



Expendi- 
ture 

more than 
Esti- 
mated. 



$ cts. 



51 10 



'281**7*2 

314 08 



2,925 00 



73 30 



3,390 95 



342 66 
340 50 

20 00 



5 11 



1,220 01 1 
95 33 
58 94 
32 73 



430 37 
9,555 70 



4,142 86 



CHARGES OP MANAGEMENT. 



Account of sums expended, compared with the sum granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1884, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head Yote. 



Service. 


• 
Grant. 


Expendi- 
ture. 


PL. 

a 
o 
a 


Expendi- 
ture 
less than 

Esti- 
mated. 


Expendi- 
ture 
more than 
Esti- 
mated. 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 
115,140 87 

7,000 00 

15,000 00 
35,00'. 00 

172,140 87 


$ cts. 
119,283 73 

15,328 98 

21,980 24 
23,173 63 


7 

9 
9 

9 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
4,142 86 

8,328 98 
6,980 24 


London Agents — Continued. 
Expenses in connection with the issue and 
redemption of Dominion Notes, including 
one extra clerk 




Printing, advertising, inspection, express and 
miscellaneous charges, &c, including the 
Commutation of Stamp Duty and Contin- 
gencies of Country Savings Banks 


t 


Printing Dominion Notes..... 


11,826 37 






Total, Vote No. 1, of 1883 


179,766 58 




7,625 71 









(See Hansard of 1883, page 743 ; Public Accounts for 1883-84, page 23.) 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 



Examined, 

A. B. Hudson. 



10 APPROPRIATION ACCOTNTS, 1883-4. 



Explanations by the Deputy Minister of Finance. 

a, c, g aud h. Under-expenditure caused by over-calculation in making up the 
Estimates. 

b, (?, e and/. Over-expenditure caused by petty contingencies not estimated for. 

i. Caused by contingencies of country savings banks having in error been 
included in the item when framing the estimates. 

j. Not estimated for. 

k, 1. m, n, o, p. Difference is caused by differences of commission not estimated for. 

q. Expenditure not provided for and covered by Governor General's Warrant. 

r. Saving caused by decreased requirements for this service. 

s. Over-expenditure caused by payments for commission on specie supplied to 
maintain the standard required by the Currency Act. 

t. Over-expenditure caused by contingencies of country savings banks being 
included under the heading i t in error. "Wiii 

u. Ssving caused by decreased sum required for the printing of Dominion notes 
within the year. 

J. M. COUETNEY, D.M.F. 

(The following should have appeared in Part II, page 10.) 

Finance Dept., Ottawa, June 2, 1884. 

My Dear Sir, — I have to-day answered your letter respecting the pa-ment 
authorized by Council to be made to Sir John Eose, because there is nothing to con- 
ceal, and I can see, from the nature of your letter, that you desire that no improper 
payments should be made, but at the same time, although I have answered it, I cannot 
but think that you are entrenching upon a matter outside your jurisdiction. The 
question of the amount of balances to be left in the hands of bankers or agents, and 
the question as to whether interest or no interest be allowed on the same are, I imagine, 
matters entirely in the hands of the Executive, who are accountable to Parliament,, 
and although, as I said before, I have answered your letter fully, you must not take 
it as a precedent for answering similar questions when asked hereafter by you, as it is 
very possible that the Executive may make arrangements with bankers for special 
terms ; and as far as I can see from the question asked, if you pursue similar enquiries 
to their logical conclusion, you would be justified in interfering with the mode of 
deposits with the banks in Canada and with the amounts of the balances held by 
them respectively. This seems to me so contrary to the freedom of the Executive in 
dealing with such matters, that I cannot help noticing it. If, however, my con- 
clusions are wrong, I am quite ready to withdraw this letter, and I shall be glad to 
be shown the section in the Audit Act under which you ask such questions. 

Yours very truly, 

J. M. COUETNEY, D.M.F. 
The Auditor General. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 



11 



Account of sums expended, compared with the sums estimated, for the 
Year ended 30th June, 1884, showing the surplus or deficit upon each 
sub-head of Estimate. 



Service. 



(A.) Expenditure under Supply Bills ;— 

Governor General's Secretary's Office 

Queen's Privy Council for Canada 

Department of Justice 

do Penitentiaries Branch .. 

do Militia 

do Secretary of State 

do Interior 

do Indian Affairs 

Office of the Auditor-General 

Department of Finance and Treasury Board. 

do Inland Revenue 

do Customs.. 

do Postmaster-General 

do Agriculture , 

do Marine and Fisheries 

do Public Works 

do Railways and Canals 

Departmental contingencies 

Stationery Office for stationery 

To meet the possible amount required for 
new appointments by an extension of staff 

or any other change.. 

Contingent expenses of High Commissioner 

Removal do do 

Post Office and Finance Departments — To 

make payments to officers of these Depart 

ments engaged in balancing and comput 

ing interest in depositors' accounts, to 

30tb June, 1883 , 

Salaries of Board of C. S. Examiners , 



(B.) Expenditure authorized by Statute 

Salary of the Governor General 

do High Commissioner for Canada in 

England 

do Lt -Governor of Ontario 

do do Quebec 

do do Nova Scotia 

do do New Brunswick . 

do • do Manitoba and 

Keewatin 

do do North-WestTerri- 

tories ... 

do do British Columbia 

do do Prince Edward 

Island 

do 13 Ministers, 1 at $8,000 and 12 at 

$7,000 each 

do Governor General's Secretary 

do Auditor-General 

Total authorized by Statute 



Grant. 



$ cts 

9,875 83 
18,505 00 
16,015 00 
5,450 00 
37,280 00 
44,245 00 

106,934 00 
31,362 50 
19,200 00 
58,325 00 
35,712 50 
32,950 00 

141,825 00 
44,365 00 
35,000 00 
41,430 00 
44,755 00 

166,160 42 
7,000 00 



5,000 00 

4,000 00 

836 00 



2,000 00 
6,409 10 



914,635 35 



48,666 66 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

9,000 00 

9,000 00 

10,000 00 

2,000 00 
9,000 00 

7,000 00 

92,000 00 
2,400 00 
3,200 00 



Expenditure 



222,266 66 



$ cts 



8,517 
15,718 
15,940 
5,245 
34,515 
40,808 
96,658 
27,085 
18,688 
56,034 
33,968 
31,237 

132,893 
39,040 
31,775 
36,259 
44,392 

191,332 



4,350 00 
836 00 



1,927 69 
4,661 84 



871,887 72 



48,666 66 

1,048 38 

10,000 00 

10,000 00 

9,000 00 

9,000 00 

10,000 00 

4,000 00 
9,000 00 

7,000 00 



2,400 00 
3,200 00 



212,530 07 



Part 
II. 



40 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



$ cts 

1,358 40 

2,786 08 

74 97 

204 20 

2,764 05 

3,436 92 

10,275 78 

4,277 36 

511 52 
2,290 81 
1,744 16 
1,712 15 
8,931 19 
5,324 27 
3,225 00 
5,170 65 

362 65 



7,000 00 



5.000 00 



72 31 
1,747 26 



42,747 63 



8,951 62 



2,784 97 



9,736 59 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ eta. 



25,172 10 



350 00 



2,600 00 



12 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-4. 



Account of sums expended, compared with the sums estimated, for the 
Year ended 30th June, 1884, showing the surplus or deficit upon each 
sub-head of Estimate. 

SUMMARY; 



Service. 



Supplv Bill of 1883, Schedule A. 

do 1884 do 8 

Authorized by Statute 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

895,079 83 

19,555 52 

222,266 66 



Expenditure 



1,136,902 01 



$ cts. 

J 871,887 72 
212,530 07 



1,084,417 79 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts, 



See Public Accounts of 1883-4, part ii, page 83. 

I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



J. L. McDOUOALL, 

Auditor- Geniral. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 



13 



Account of sums expended, compared with the sums granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1884, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Civil Government. 



SALARIES. 

Governor General's Secretary : — 

Additional to Governor General's Secretary . 

Comptroller and Aides-de-Camp 

1 Chief Clerk 

1 1st class Clerk 

12nd do 

13rd do ... 

1 Messenger ..... 

1 Orderly 

Vote to pay C. J. Jones difference of salary 

between $1,450 and $1,800, from 1st Feb. 

to 30th June, 1883 

Votes 2 and 327 of 1883 {See " Hansard," pages 
743 and 1235) 

1 Governor's Secretary, authorized by 31 Vic, 
cap. 33 , 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



600 00 

3,000 00 

1,800 00 

1,450 00 

1,150 00 

800 00 

500 00 

430 00 



145 83 



9,875 83 
2,400 00 



12,275 83 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 



600 00 
3,000 00 
1,800 00 
1,400 00 

641 60 



500 00 
430 00 



145 83 



8,517 43 
2,400 00 



10,917 43 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



$ cts. 



50 00 
508 40 
800 00 



1,358 40 



1,358 40 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ eta. 



a. The 1st class Clerk did not become entitled to the statutory increase during the year. b. No 
2nd class Clerk was appointed in the office until 1st May. c. No 3rd class Clerk was appointed. 



Privy Conncil Office:— 

1 Clerk i 

1 Chief Clerk Assistant 

2 1st class Clerks, (1 supernumerary) 

4 2nd do 

1 Accountant and Draughtsman 

3 3rd class Clerks 

Private Secretary (Vote 213 of 1884) 

1 Doorkeeper and Messenger 

4 Messengers 

L. H. Chute (Vote 219 of 1884) 

{See "Hansard" of 1883, page 743; 1884, 
pages 1333 and 1336.) 

1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31, 
Premier ■ 



3,200 00 

1,800 00 

3,150 00 

4,550 00 

1,100 00 

1,425 00 

600 00 

600 00 

1,930 00 

150 00 



18,505 00 
8,000 00 



26,505 00 



3,200 00 

169 35 

3,150 00 

3,287 50 

1,100 00 

1,707 88 

424 19 

600 00 

1,930 00 

150 00 



15,718 92 
5,655 94 



21,374 86 



1,630 65 
1,262 50 



175 81 



2,786 08 
2,344 06 



5,130 14 



282 



a. Not appointed until 28th May, 1884. b. One at $1,100, not required, the balance overestimated. 
e. Underestimated, d. Only borne on this appropriation from 17th October, 1883. 

Revenue from Documents sold $14.00. 



u 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-4. 



Account of sums expended, compared with the sums granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1884, showing 1he surplus or deficit upon each sub 
head of Vote 



Civil Government. 



Department of Justice : — 

1 Deputy Head 

1 Chief Clerk 

1 1st class Clerk 

3 1st do 

1 2nd do 

3 3rd do 

Allowance for Private Secretary .. 

2 " 



Vote 4 of 1883 , 

1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31, 



Penitentiaries Branch : — 
1 Inspector of Penitentiaries 

1 1st class Clerk 

1 2nd do 



Vote 5 of 1883 (See 
744) 



Hansard ' ' of 1883, page 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

3,600 00 
2,000 00 
1,450 00 
4,200 00 
1,100 00 
2.425 00 
'600 00 
640 00 



16,015 00 
7,000 00 



23,015 00 



2,800 00 
1,400 00 
1,250 00 



5,450 00 



Expenditure 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 

3,600 00 

2,050 00 

1,450 00 

4,200 00 

733 33 

2,666 70 

600 00 

640 00 



15,940 03 
7,000 00 



22,940 03 



2,800 00 
1,400 00 
1,045 80 



5,245 80 



$ cts. 



366 67 



74 97 



74 97 



204 20 d 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts 
a 50 00 

6 

c 241 70 



204 20 



a. Under-estimated, the provision for a statutory increase to Chief Clerk having been enacted 
after the estimate was made. b. Not appointed until 1st November, 1883. c and d. Caused by au 
exchange of employees, the lower salaried one coming from Justice Department proper to this branch 



Militia and i>efence: — 

1 Deputy Head 

1 1st class Clerk , 

3 2nd do 

1 3rd do 

1 Chief Clerk, Accountant , 

2 1st class Clerks- 

2 2nd do 

2 3rd do 

1 Chief Clerk, Director of Stores 

1 1st class Clerk .* , 

1 2nd do 

2 3rd do 

1 thief Clerk, Military Branch , 

1 1st class Clerk 

3 2nd do 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

4 Messengers 

Vote 214 of 1884— Additional salary to : 

E. P. Aldrich 

E. B. Holt 

{See "Hansard" of 1884, page 1334.) 

1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 



3,200 00 
1,800 00 
3,750 00 

650 00 
2,150 00 
3,150 00 
2,500 00 
1,800 00 
3,000 00 
1,700 00 
1,400 00 
2,000 00 
2,250 00 
1,450 00 
3,650 00 

600 00 
1,930 00 

250 00 
50 00 



37,280 00 
7,000 00 



44,280 00 



3,200 00 
1,800 00 
3,725 00 

566 06 
2,150 00 
3,162 50 
1,400 00 
1,508 30 
3,000 00 
1,099 94 
1,400 00 
1,416 65 
2,250 00 
1,450 00 
3,550 00 

600 00 
1,937 50 

250 00 
50 00 



34,515 95 
7,000 00 



41,515 95 



25 00 
83 94 



1,100 00 
291 70 

600 06 

583 35 

100 00 



!,764 05 



2,764 05 



12 50 



7 50 



a and b. Estimates provided the statutory increases for 12 months. The increase was made fron 
1st April, 1884, date when payable. c and i. Statutory increases from 1st April, 1884, not estimate* 
for. d&nde. Offices not filled. /. Mr. Walkem, deceased, paid for July and August, 1883. Lt.-Col- 
Bacon appointed successor at a salary of $1,400. g. Not used. Mr. Jones left the service ; pai< 
to 30th November, 188,3. h. Difference between salary paid and amount estimated for to provide fo 
promotion. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 



15 



Account of sums expended, compared with the sums granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1884, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Yote. 



tivil Government. 



Secretary of State: — 

1 Deputy Head (Under Secretary) 

1 3rd class Clerk (Short-hand Writer)... . 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

1 Chief Clerk 

1 do 

1 1st class Clerk , ,. 

12nd do 

3 3rd do 

1 Deputy Registrar-General 

1 Keeper of Records 

2 1st class Clerks (1 Supernumerary) 

113rd do 

1 Queen's Printer 

1 2nd class Clerk 

3 3rd do 

1 Chief Clerk (1st class 1882-83) .. 

5 3rd class Clerks 

4 Messengers 

3 Packers and Sorters 

{See "Hansard" of 1883, page 1235.) 

Votes 7 and 328 of 1883 

1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 



Grant. 



$ 



cts. 



3,200 00 
700 00 
600 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,800-00 
1,400 00 
1,800 00 
2,250 00 
2,200 00 
3,100 00 
8,500 00 
2,350 00 
1,350 00 
2,500 00 
1,850 00 
3,550 00 
2,000 00 
1,093 00 



44,245 00 
7,000 00 



51.245 00 



Expenditure 



% cts. 

3,200 00 

695 22 

600 00 

2,000 00 

2,200 00 

1,800 00 

233 32 

1,325 00 

2,225 00 

2,000 00 

3,100 00 

7,882 13 

2,350 00 

1,325 00 

2,255 64 

1,800 00 

3,100 00 

1,791 62 

925 15 



40,808 08 
7,000 00 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated, 



% cts. 



4 78 



1,166 68 

475 00 

25 00 

200 00 

617 87 

25 00 
244 36 

50 00 
450 00 
208 38 
169 85 



3,436 92 



3,436 92 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



200 00 



a, e and h. Differences between statutory increases estimated for and the actual salaries paid. 
* and/. Caused by promotion of Mr. Morgan, and his successor being appointed at a lower salary. 
c. Mr. Tobin died in August, 1883. d, g, j and I. Saving effected by transfers of three to other Depart- 
ments, and vacancies not filled, k. Estimated as Chief Clerk, paid as 1st class Clerk, the examination 
for promotion not having taken place, m. One Messenger superannuated from 1st February, 1884. 
n. One appointed on 7th January, 1884, estimated for the whole year. 

Revenue from Fees, Licenses, &c , $4,991.05 



Interior Department: — 

1 Deputy Head 

Vote 331—1 Surveyor-General 

1 Chief Clerk 

1 do (Secretary) 

1 do .* 

1 1st class Clerk .. 

6 do 

3 do 

112nd do 

29 3rd do 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

Vote 216 — Arrears to Andrew Russell, 
North-West Mounted Police — 

1 Comptroller 

1 1st class Clerk 

12nd do , 

-5 Messengers , 



Carried forward. 



3,200 00 

3,200 00 

2,250 00 

2,200 00 

2,000 00 

1,800 00 

9,750 00 

4,200 00 

13,800 00 

23,500 00 

600 00 

600 00 

3,200 00 
1,450 00 
1,250 00 
2,330 00 



75.330 00 



3,200 00 


3,200 00 


1,125 00 


1,450 00 


2,025 00 


750 60 


9,361 67 


4,200 00 


13 641 39 


18,337 58 


458 58 


600 00 


3,200 00 


1,450 00 


1,250 00 


1,905 00 


66,151 22 



1,125 00 
750 00 

"1,656 66 

388 33 

158 61 

5,162 42 

141 42 



425 00 j 



9,175 78 



25 00 



lli 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-4. 



Account of sums expended, compared with the sums granted, for the Year 
ended 30th June, 1884, showing the surplus or deficit upon each sub- 
head of Vote. 



Civil Government. 



Brought forward 

Interior Department— Continued. 
Geological Survey— 

1 Director 

4 Chief Clerks 

5 1st class Clerks 

5 2nd do 

8 3rd do 

1 Librarian < 

1 resident Caretaker 

1 Messenger 

{See "Hansard," 1883, pages 744, 1237; 
and 1884, page 1438.) 

Votes 8 and 331 of 1883, and 216 of 1884 

1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 



Grant. 



$ cts. 
75,330 00 



4,000 00 

7,350 00 

7,050 00 

5,800 00 

5,700 00 

600 00 

650 00 

454 00 



106,934 00 
7,000 00 



113,934 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 
66,154 22 



4,000 00 

7,350 00 

7,150 00 

4,600 00 

5,700 00 

600 00 

650 00 

454 00 



96,658 22 
7,293 00 



103,951 22 



Expenditure 

les3 than 

Estimated. 



$ cts. 
9,175 78 



1,200 00 



10,275 78 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



100 00 



m 293 00 



a. Superannuated from 1st January, 1884. b and d. On the 1st July Mr. Burgess was appointed 
Deputy, Mr. Hall being appointed to the Secretaryship vacated by Mr. Burgess, c and k. Underesti- 
mated, e. The difference in this case was caused by the superannuation of Mr. Austin in April, 1883, 
the transfer of Mr. Mills, Accountant of the Department, to the Ordnance Lands Branch, and the 
appointment of Mr. Pinard as Accountant of the Department of the first class, at a salary of $1,400. 
f and g. Overestimated, h. Appointed on 17th October, 1883, as Secretary, at a rate of $400. 
;". Appointment not made as intended. I. Mr. Foord resigned. 



Indian Affairs :— 

1 Deputy Head - 

1 Chief Clerk ... 

1 1st Class Clerk 

1 do 

1 do and Inspector 

Solicitor for Indian Affairs 

8 2nd Class Clerks..... 

17 3rd Class Clerks '. 

2 Messengers 

(See " Hansard," 1883, page 746, and 1884, 

page 1336.) 



Votes 9 of 1883, and 218 of 1884. 



3,200 00 


2,100 00 


1,800 00 


1,600 00 


1,450 00 


400 00 


9,675 00 


10,537 50 


600 00 


31,362 50 



3,200 00 


2,100 00 


1,800 00 


1,600 00 


1,437 50 


400 00 


9,625 00 


6,322 64 


600 00 


27,085 14 



12 50 

50 00 
4,214 86 



4,277 36 



a. Statutory increase estimated for whole year, paid for nine months b. Statutory increase 
estimated for. c. Saving effected by death of one whose office was not filled ; lower salaries paid than 
anticipated ; appointments not made ; some only for part of the year, and suspension of one for two 
months. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 



IT 



Civil Government. 


Grant. 


Expenditure 


Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 


Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 


Auditor-General's Office :— 


$ cts. 
2,500 00 
3,300 00 
5,950 00 
6,450 00 
1,000 00 


$ cts. 
2,500 00 
3,650 00 
4,991 66 
6,546 82 
1,900 00 

18,688 48 
3,200 00 


$ cts. 

a 

958 34 b 
c 


$ Ct3. 


2 1st Class Clerks 

5 2nd do 

8 3rd do « 


350 00 
96 82 












Tote 10 of 1883 (" Hansard," page 746) 


19,200 00 
3,200 00 


511 52 




1 Auditor- General authorized by 41 Vic, cap 1. 






22,400 00 


21,888 48 







a. One superannuated from 1st December, 1883, and another promoted from the 1st July, bi 
Two 2nd class Clerks received differential salary under sec. 49 of the Civil Service Act, while Mr, 
Barber, of the 1st class, was absent from ill-health, c. Under-estimated. 

I certify that these accounts have been examined under my directions 
and are correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



5— 2a 



18 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883 4. 



Civil Government. 


Grant. 


Expenditure 


Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 


Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 


Finance and Treasury Board :— 

1 Deputy Head and Secretary of Treasury Board 

1 Chief Clerk, Dominion Book-keeper 

1 do Accountant of Contingencies.. 
1 do Savings Banks 


$ cts. 

4,200 00 

2,175 00 

2,600 00 

2,250 00 

2,300 CO 

5,100 00 

1,500 ©0 

1,400 00 

22,437 50 

11,162 50 

400 00 

2,500 00 


$ cts. 

4,200 00 
2,175 00 
2,600 00 
2,250 00 
2,300 00 
5,400 00 
1,500 00 
1,400 00 
23,830 97 
7,816 64 
400 00 
2,161 58 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


1 do Dominion Currency 




3 1st class Clerks.. 

1 do 




1 do 

17 2nd class Clerks ~ - 


a 1,393 47 


14 3rd do 


3,346 86 
338 42 


b 


Allowance for Private Secretary 

5 Messengers 








Votes 11 and 329 of 1883, " Hansard" pages 
746 and and 1235 


58,325 00 
7,000 00 


56,034 19 
7,000 00 


2,290 81 




1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic-, cap. 31 




• 


65,325 00 


63,034 19 







a and b Caused by promotion of four Clerks, the deaOt of one in November, 1883, and the transfer 
of another to Public Works Department in January, 1884. c. Caused by the superannuation of tw» 
Messengers, one in December, 1883, the other in May, 1884. 



Inland Revenue Department: — 

1 Commissioner 

1 Chief Clerk Accountant M 

1 Chief Inspector of Standards 

4 1st class Clerks 

7 2nd do 

9 3rd do 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

2 Supernumerary 1st class Clerks 

1 do 2nd do 

2 Messengers 

Vote 12 of 1883, " Hansard " page 747 

1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31. 



3,200 00 
2,125 00 
1,800 00 
6,000 00 
8,562 50 
7,900 00 
600 00 
3,325 00 
1,200 00 
1,000 00 



35,712 56 
7,000 00 



42,712 50 



3,200 00 
2,125 00 
1,174 92 
5,735 48 

8.324 32 
7,333 62 

500 00 

3.325 00 
1,200 00 
1,050 00 



33,968 34 
7,000 00 



40,968 34 



625 08 
264 52 
238 18 
566 38 
100 00 



1,744 16 



/ 



50 06 



a. Transferred to outside service, from 1st March, 1884. b, c, and part of d. Over-estimated ; the 
other part of d being $247 90, the difference between salaries of two Clerks paid under sec. 49, Civil 
Service Act. e. Difference between salary estimated and that paid. /. A third Messenger appointed 
from 1st May, 1884, at rate of $300 per annum. 

The under* expenditure is due to the full amount voted not being paid, objection being taken by 
the Treasury Board to the increases, on the ground that the Act did not contemplate increases within 
a class in excess of fifty dollars per annum. — Paul M. Robins, for Commissioner. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 



ID 



Civil Government. 



Customs Department: — 

1 Commissioner 

1 Chief Clerk, Correspondence 

1 do Accountant 

1 do Statistics. 

1 1st class Clerk, Assistant Accountant.... 

2 1st do 

8 2nd do 

11 3rd do 

1 Srd do Shorthand Writer 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

2 Messengers 

Vote 13 of 1883 {See "Hansard," page 747) 
1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31.. 



a. Difference between salary of two Clerks, under sec. 49, Civil Service Act. 
ited from 1st August, 1883. c and d. Over-estimated. 



Grant. 



$ cts, 

3,200 00 

2,400 00 

2,400 00 

1,850 00 

1,800 00 

3,250 00 

9,400 00 

6,350 00 

750 00 

600 00 

950 00 

32,950 00 
7,600 00 



39,950 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts 

3,200 00 

2,400 00 

2,400 00 

1,860 00 

1,950 00 

1,783 33 

9,400 00 

6,304 52 

700 00 

300 00 

950 00 

31,237 85 
7,000 00 



38,237 85 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



$ cts, 



1,466 67 

45 48 

50 00 

300 00 



1,712 15 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



150 00 



b. One superannu- 



Post Office Department:— 

1 Deputy Head 

1 Chief Clerk, Secretary 

1 do Assistant Secretary.... 

4 1st class Clerks 

112nd do 

30 3rd do , 

4 Packers 

1 Chief Clerk, Supt. of Printing and Supply... 

1 2nd class Clerk 

3 3rd do 

18 Packers .. 

Chief Clerk, Accountant 

do Cashier 

do Assistant Accountant , 

1st class Clerks. 

2nd do 

20 3rd do 

1 Chief Clerk, Supt. Money Order Branch 

1 do Assistant do 

1 1st class Clerk 

5 2nd do 

23 3rd do 

1 Chief Clerk, Assistant Supt. Savings Banks.. 

1 1st class Clerk 

3 2nd do 

15 3rd do 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

5 Messengers. ,... , 



1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 .... 
{See " Hansard," 1883, p. 748 ; 1884, p. 1336 



3,200 00 
a, 800 00 
2,150 00 
6,350 00 

13,700 00 

19,800 00 
1,465 00 
1,850 CO 
1,150 00 
1,200 00 
7,595 00 
2,800 00 
2,250 00 
7,250 00 
3,300 00 
6,150 00 

14,450 00 
2,850 00 
2,100 00 
1,400 00 
6,750 00 

15,300 00 
1,950 00 
1,400 00 
3,550 00 

11,150 00 

600 00 

2,315 00 



141,825 00 
7,000 00 



148,825 00 



3,200 00 
2,800 00 
2,150 00 
4,912 52 
11,487 50 
19,470 43 
1,420 00 
1,850 00 
1,150 00 



6,558 39 
2,800 00 
2,250 00 
2,250 00 
.5,250 00 
6,262 50 

14,194 20 
2,800 00 
2,150 00 
1,400 00 
8,737 50 

11,692 22 
1,950 00 



4,625 00 

10,618 55 

600 00 

2,315 00 



132,893 81 
7,000 00 



139,893 81 



1,437 48 

2,212 50 

329 57 

45 00 



1,200 00 
1,036 61 



50 00 



255 80 
50 00 



3,607 78 
1,400 00 

""SETS' 



8,931 19 



112 50 



50 00 



I 1,987 50 



o 1,075 00 
P 



a. Only three employed ; and while the statutory increases were voted for the whole year, were 
nly required for part. b. Only nine employed. c. Thirty-six employed at somewhat lower salaries 
ian estimated. d,e f f,g Over-estimated. h, j, k, I and o. Under-estimated, 



5-?ia 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-4. 



Civil G«T<>rnineat. 



Agriculture Department : — 

1 Deputy Head , 

1 Secretary 

Differential salary, vote 222 of 1884 

1 1st class Clerk, 1st Division 

2 2nd do do 

3 3rd do do 

Allowance for Private Secretary..., 

3 Messengers, 1st Division 

3 Packers do 

1 1st class Clerk, 2nd Division 

1 2nd do do 

1 1st do 3rd Division 

1 2nd do do 

1 Chief Clerk, Patents, 1st Division. 
3 2nd class Clerks do 

1 3rd class Clerk do 

1 1st class Clerk, 2nd Division 

5 3rd class Clerks do . 

1 1st class Clerk, 3rd Division 

1 2nd do do 

2 3rd class Clerks do 

1 2nd class Clerk, 4th Division 

1 3rd do do 

1 Model Repairer do , 

2 do Guardians do 

1 Statistical Officer 

1 Attache 

1 3rd class Clerk 

1 Guardian of Records 



(See "Hansard," 1883, page 748 ; 1884, page 
1337.) 
1 Minister authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

3,200 00 

2,600 00 

700 00 

1,800 00 

2,250 00 

2,280 00 

100 00 

1,220 00 

1,250 00 

1,600 00 

1,200 00 

1,450 00 

1,400 00 

2,250 00 

4,300 00 

800 00 

1,400 00 

3,250 00 

1,525 00 

1,4C0 00 

950 00 

1,200 00 

800 00 

480 00 

930 00 

1,500 00 

1,400 00 

750 00 

480 00 



44,365 00 



7,000 00 



51,365 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

3,200 00 
2,500 00 

700 00 
1,775 00 
2,250 00 
2,280 00 

100 00 

929 97 
25 00 

1,600 00 

800 00 

1,450 00 

1,400 00 

2,250 00 

3,466 60 

800 00 

1,400 00 

2,850 00 

1,625 00 

1,400 00 

729 16 

1,250 00 

800 00 

480 00 

930 00 



1,400 00 
750 00 



39,040 73 

7,000 00 
46,040 73 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



$ cts. 



25 00 



290 03 
1,225 00 

400 00 



833 40 
400 00 
220 84 



1,500 00 

480 00 
5,324 27 



Expenditur 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ Ctfi 



60 0( 



a. Statutory increase only paid for six months, b. One of these only appointed from 1st Marcl 
1884. c. Only one Packer appointed at $300, from 1st June, 1884. d. Appointment only made from 
1st November, 1883. e,/and g. Over-estimated, h. Statutory increase not estimated for. j'andA:. 
Still paid from Census appropriation. 



Marine and Fisheries Department ,- 

1 ueputy Head 

1 Commissioner of Fisheries 

1 Chief Clerk Accountant 

1 do 

4 1st class Clerk3 

4 2nd do 

16 3rd do 

Allowance for Private Secretary 

2 Messengers 



Vote 16 of 1883, " Hansard," page 748 

1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic , cap. 31 



3,200 00 
2,400 00 
2 350 00 


2,350 00 
6,750 00 


4,600 00 


11,800 00 
600 00 


950 00 


35,000 00 
7,000 00 


i ■ 


42,000 00 



3,200 00 


600 00 


2,350 00 


2,350 00 


6,750 00 


4,575 00 


10,400 00 


600 00 


950 00 


31,775 00 


7,000 00 


38,775 00 



1,800 00 



25 00 
1,400 00 



3,225 00 



a. Superannuated from 1st ' >ctober, 1883. b. Statutory increase to one only paid for six months, 



«. oujierannuhieu irom isx ■ 'ctODer, iooj. o. oiaiuiory im 
<?. Over-estimated j intended appointments not being requisite. 



civil government. 



21 



Civil Government. 



Pnblic Works Department: — 

1 Deputy Head 

1 2nd class Shorthand Writer 

1 3rd class Clerk 

Allowance for Private Secretary , 

1 Secretary, Chief Clerk..... 

5 2nd class Clerks .... 

5 3rd do 

1 1st class Clerk (from Finance Department). 

1 Accountant, Chief Clerk.. ,. 

2 2nd class Clerks ........... 

1 3rd class Clerk....... 

1 Chief Engineer 

1 Chief Architect...... 

1 Mechanical Engineer, Chief Clerk 

1 Chief Clerk, engineering branch 

2 1st class Clerks , 

3 2nd do , 

2 3rd do , 

3 Messengers 



Vote 17 of 1883, "Hansard," pages 749 and 750 
1 Minister authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

3,200 00 

1,300 00 

750 00 

600 00 

L950 00 

5,950 00 

3,800 00 



2,000 00 
2,200 00 

900 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,950 00 
3,600 00 
3,300 00 

800 00 
1,130 00 

41,430 00 
7,000 00 



48,430 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

3,200 00 
1,312 50 

762 50 

550 00 
1,925 00 
3,775 00 
4,012 50 

789 78 
1,975 00 
1,862 50 

875 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 CO 
1,950 00 
1,800 00 
2,200 00 

154 57 
1,115 00 



36,259 35 
7,000 00 



43,259 35 



Expenditure 

less than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



50 00 
25 00 

2,175 00 



25 00 

337 60 

25 00 



1,800 00 

1,100 00 

645 43 

15 00 

5,170 65 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts.. 



12 50 

12 50 



212 50 
789 78 



a and b. Statutory increase for three months not estimated for. d, g, j and n. Statutory increases 
estimated for whole year, only required for half, e, h, k, I and m. Over-estimated, not being required*; 
/. Not estimated for. 



Railways and Canals : — 

1 Deputy Minister 

1 Secretary, Chief Clerk 

1 Accountant do 

1 Railway Branch do , ,. 

1 Chief Engineer, Canals 

1 do Government Railways in 
operation.... 

6 1st class Clerks .„*..., 

7 2nd do 

7 3rd do 

Private Secretary , 

3 Messengers 



(See "Hansard," 1883, pages 751 and 1235; 
1884, page 1335.) 
1 Minister, authorized by 36 Vic, cap. 31.. 



4,100 00 
2,400 00 
2,300 00 
2,000 00 
4,500 00 

4,000 00 
9,725 00 
8,500 00 
6,400 00 
600 00 
1,230 00 

44,755 GO 



7,000 00 



51,755 00 



4,100 00 
2.400 00 


2,312 50 


1,962 50 
4,500 00 


4,000 00 
9,562 50 
8,374 85 
6,400 00 


550 00 


1,230 00 


44,392 35V 


6,266 C9W 


50,658 44 



37 50 



162 50 
125 15 

50 00 



362 65 



12 50 



a. Statutory increase for three months not estimated for. b, c and d. Over-estimated; statutory 
increases estimated for whole year, but only required for part. e. Mr. Chipman resigned from 31st May, 
1884. 

I certify that these accounts have been examined under my directions 
land are correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 
Examined, Auditor- General. 

John B. Simpson. 



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c. The excess of expenditure over the estimate for this service was, in 1882-83, 
81,677.35. As compared with that year, there has been a saving made with respect 
to a number of items, such as subscriptions to newspapers, books of reference, posta- 
ges, copying, paper, printing and binding; but the increased expenditure for tele- 
graphing, extra clerus, and an extra messenger, has made the excess of expenditure 
greater for the year 1883-84 than it was for the year 1882-83. 

In connection with the expenditure of $430.25 for extra clerks, you will observe 
that the vote for salaries was not exhaasted, and that there is no expenditure, as 
there was formerly, for copying. It will probably be necessary to increase the vote 
for contingencies. — Geo. W. Burbidge, D. M. J. 

d. In former years, all telegrams received from and sent to the several peniten- 
tiaries were charged against this vote. During the last fiscal year all telegrams on 
penitentiary business were made a charge against the appropriations of the several 
penitentiaries. This, with a slight over-estimate, will account for the unexpended 
balance of the above named appropriation. — A. Power, for D. M.J, 

e. The estimates for last year were too small, and, even with the strictest 
economy, it has been found impossible not to exceed it by the amount specified. — 
Eug. Panet. 

f* Owing to the increased business of this Department, the grant has been found 
quite inadequate for its necessities. As I pointed out in my letter of the 30th 
October, 1883, Parliament has been asked and has granted an increased sum to cover 
the contingencies of this Department for the fiscal year 1884-85. — G-. Powell, Under 
Secretary. 

h. The reason for the expenditure having exceeded the appropriation by 
$2,307. ( J3, lies in the fact that the business of the Department during the year in- 
creased in a ratio not foreseen when the estimates were prepared. — L. Vankoughnet. 

A The items are of the usual nature, there having been no demands made upon 
the Department necessitating any unusual outlay. The appropriation was taken for 
a sum sufficient to cover any probable requirement, and the amount thereof was, as 
must always be the case, an approximate one only. — J. Johnson, Commissioner. 

m. The over-expenditure arose in connection with the publication of the General 
Report of this Department, 1867-1882, the binding of which cost $857, and additional 
maps $880. — F. H. Ennis, Secretary. 

o. The votes for the contingencies of this Department have been uniformly 
$8,000.00 for each of several years past. The actual expenditure for the last four 
years has been as follows : — 

1880-81 $7,802 00 

1881-82 10,673 00 

1882-83 , 12,721 00 

1883-84 14,004 00 

As previously stated, this increase of expenditure has arisen from the very large 

augmentation of the business of the Patent Office; and such increase was necessary, 

and no part of it could have been dispensed with. 

The fact of the augmentation of the business of the Patent Office will more 

clearly appear from the following statement of fees collected in the corresponding 

years : — 

1880-81 $46,000 00 

1881-82 58,000 00 

1882-83 65,400 00 

1883 84 74,253 00 

Every single patent case implies so much specific expenditure, for clerks' labor, 
stationei y, printing, &c, and such expenditure has direct relation to the volume of 
fees collected, as above stated. 

A further item, for the extra clerks employed in the Archives Branch, comes in 
the contingencies of this Department lor the fiscal year 1883-84, amounting to 
$1,098.00. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT. 25 



I may further state that, in view of the fact of the continued necessary increase, 
for the reasons stated, of the expenditure for contingencies, and to prevent the in- 
convenience of necessarily overdrawing the vote, the Minister, at the last Session of 
Parliament, caused an estimate to be submitted for $14,000.00 instead of $8,000.00 for 
this service. — J. Lowe, Secretary, 

q. It is impossible to estimate the expenditure other than approximately, care 
being taken io ask for an appropriation sufficiently large to cover any probable ex- 
penditure. In the present account there are no items of an unusual nature. The 
expenditure has been kept under strict control, and is normal in character and 
amount. I am to state, therefore, that this amount was found not to be required. — 
A. P. Bradley, Secretary. 

r. The wages alone of the laborers and charwomen found necessary for the 
proper care of the offices exceed the amount of the grant ; in addition to which pay- 
ments were made during the year for services of an exceptional character, not con- 
templated at the time the estimates which were prepared, but which were charged to 
contingencies by authority of an Order in Council. — R. W. Baxter, Acting Accountant 
of Contingencies. 



26 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883 4. 



Administration of Justice. 



Expenditure for which Totes were Re- 
quired : — 

Miscellaneous Justice, including North- 
West Territories 

Travelling expenses of Stipendiary Magis- 
trates in the N.-W. Territories.- 

Circuit allowances, British Columbia ... 

Travelling allowances, Supreme and 
County Court Juges, Manitoba 

Precis Writer of the Supreme Court of 
Canada and the Exchequer Court.... 

Clerk in the office of the Registrar of the 
Supreme Court of Canada and the 
Exchequer Court. . 

Second Clerk in the office of the Registrar 
of the Supreme Court of Canada and 
the Exchequer Court 

Senior Messenger of the Supreme Court 
of Canada and the Exchequer Court 

Second do do 

Third do do 

Contingencies and disbursements, in- 
cluding printing, binding and dis- 
tributing reports, Judges travelling 
expenses ; also salaries of officers 
(Sheriff, Usher, &c), in the Supreme 
and Exchequer Courts of Canada, 
and $150 for books for Judges 

Sundry disbursements connected with 
the Maritime Court of Ontario, 
Judges' travelling expenses, &c 

Salary of Registrar cf Vice-Admiralty 
Court, Quebec « 

Salary of Marshal of Vice-Admiralty 
Court, Quebec 

To pay to the legal representatives of the 
late Judge Fisher, for extra services 
rendered by him to the Government, 
under Commission from 1870 to 1881. 



Votes 25 and 335 of 1883. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

15,000 00 

2,500 00 
6,000 00 

2,500 00 

2,000 00 

800 00 

600 00 

500 00 
420 00 
280 00 



6,000 00 

100 00 
666 66 
333 31 

2,400 00 



39,100 00 



Expenditure. 



$ cts. 

15,470 51 

2,818 64 
5,050 32 

1,605 93 

2,000 00 

800 00 

600 00 

500 00 
420 00 
295 00 



6,211 88 



666 66 
333 34 

2,400 00 



39,172 28 



44 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



$ cts, 



949 68 
894 07 



100 00 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated 



$ cts 

470 5i 
318 64 



15 Oft 



1,211 



72 28 



(See u Hansard" of 1883, pages 753, 1,236 and 1,387.) 

I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct, 



Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



21 



Administration of Justice. 



Ix pen tl it are authorized by Statute :- 

Supreme Court of Canada and Exchequer 
Court of Canada — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

Salaries of five Puisne Judges, at $7,000 

each 

Salary of Registrar 



Province of Ontario : — 
Court of Appeal — 
Salary of Chief Justice of Ontario and 

Chief Justice of Appeal 

Salaries of three Justices, at $5,000 
each 



High Court of Justice for Ontario- 
Salary of the Chief Justice of the 
Queen's Bench 



Queen's BeDch Division — 
Salaries of two Judges, at $5,000 each. 

Common Pleas Division — 
Salary of the Chief Justice of the Com- 
mon Pleas ' 

Salaries of two Judges, at $5,000 each. 

Chancery Division — 

Salary of Chancellor of Ontario. 

Salaries of two Judges, at $5,000 each. 



Circuit allowances. 

Maritime Court — 
Salary of Judge.. 



County Courts — 
Salaries of thirty -eight Judges, includ- 
ing Algoma, varying from $2,000 to 

$2,600 each 

Salaries of ten Junior Judges, at $2,000 

each 

Travelling allowances of County Court 

Judges, including Algoma 

Province of Quebec : — 
Court of Queen's Bench — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

Salaries of five Puisne Judges, at $5,000 

each , 

Superior Court— 

Salary of Chief Justice 

Salaries of ten Judges, at $5,000 each 

(eleven paid) 

thirteen Judges, at $4,000 

each 

three Judges, at 3,500 each 

(two paid) 

Court of Vice- Admiralty- 
Salary of Judge 

Circuit allowances 

Province of Nova Scotia: — 

Supreme Court of Nova Scotia— 

Salary of Chief Justice 

Salary of Judge in Equity ~ 

Salaries of five Puisne Judges, at $4,000 
each 



do 
do 



Carried forward. 



Grant. 



cts. 



8,000 00 

35,000 00 
2,600 00 



6,000 GO 
15,000 00 

6,000 00 
10,000 00 

6,000 00 
10,000 00 

6,000 00 
10,000 00 

13,000 00 
600 00 

90,165 00 

20,000 00 

9,600 00 

6,000 00 
25,000 00 

6,000 00 

50,000 00 

52,000 00 

10,500 00 

2,000 00 
13,000 00 



5,000 00 
4,000 00 

20,000 00 



Expenditure 



441,465 00 



cts. 



8,000 00 

35,000 00 
2,600 00 



5,736 02 

17,862 94 

6,000 00 

9,327 89 

5,887 10 

10,013 44 

6,000 00 

10,000 00 

12,100 00 

600 00 



89,734 91 

21,516 57 

9,789 92 

6,000 00 
25,000 00 

6,000 00 
55,000 00 
50,279 63 

7,000 00 

1,360 15 
10,512 00 

5,000 00 
4,C00 00 

20,000 00 

440,320 57 



46 



46 



46 
47 
47 

47 

47 

47 

47 

48 

48 

48 
48 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



cts. 



263 98 



672 11 



112 90 



900 00 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



430 09 



1,720 37 

3,500 00 

639 85 
2,488 00 



1,144 43 



cts. 



2,862 94 



13 44 



1,516 57 
189 92 



5,000 00 



28 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-4. 



Administration of Justice. 



Brought forward 



expenditure Authorized by Statute — 

Continued: — 
Province of Nova Scotia — Concluded. 
Court of Vice- Admiralty — 

Salary of Judge 

Circuit allowances 

County Courts — 
Salary ot the Judge for the County of 

Halifax 

Salaries of six other Judges at $2,400 

each 

Travelling allowances of County Court 

Judges 

Province of New Brunswick : — 
Supreme Court of New Brunswick — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

Salaries of four Puisne Judges, at $4,000 

each 

Salary of Judge in Equity 

Court of Vice-Admiralty — 

Salary of Judge " 

Circuit Allowances 

County Courts — 
Salaries of County Judges : 1 at $3,000, 
3 at $2,400, 1 at $2,130, and 1 at 

$2,000 

Travelling allowances of County Court 
Judges 



Province of Manitoba : — 
Court of Queen's Bench — 

Salary of Chief Justice - 

Salaries of two Puisne Judges, at 

$4,000 each 

County Courts — 
Salaries cf two County Court Judges, 
at $2,000 each (three paid) 



Province of British Columbia : — 
Supreme Court — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

Salary of one Puisne Judge 

Salaries of three Puisne Judges, 

$4,000 each 

County Courts- 
Salary of Judge 



at 



Province of Prince Edward Island : — 
Superior Court — 

Salary of Chief Justice 

do Master of Rolls 

do Vice-Chancellor 

Circuit Allowances 

County Courts — 
Salaries of three Judges, at $2,400 eaeh. 
Travelling allowances of County Court 
Judges 



North-West Territories: — 

Salaries ol three Stipendiary Magistrates. 

Total, Expenditure under Statute .... 



Grant. 



$ cts. 
441,465 00 



600 00 
4,000 00 

2,400 00 

14,400 00 

1,400 00 

5,000 00 

16,000 00 
4,000 00 

600 00 
3,200 00 

14,330 00 
1,200 00 

5,000 00 
8,000 00 

4,000 00 



5,820 00 
4,850 00 

12,000 00 



4,000 00 

3,200 00 

3,200 00 

600 00 

7,200 00 

600 00 

9,000 00 



576,065 00 



Expenditure 


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440,320 57 




600 00 
3,200 00 


49 
49 


2,400 00 


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14,400 00 


49 


1,400 00 


49 


6,000 00 


49 


16,000 00 
4,000 00 


49 

49 


600 00 
3,200 00 


49 
49 


14,322 61 


50 


1,200 00 


50 


5,000 00 


50 


8,044 44 


50 


6,000 00 


50 


5,820 00 
4,850 00 


50 
50 


12,000 00 


50 


440 00 


50 


4,000 00 

3,200 00 

3,200 00 

600 00 


51 
51 
51 
51 


7,200 00 


51 


600 00 


51 


8,275 00 


51 


575,872 62 





Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



$ cts 
1,144 43 



800 00 



7 39 



725 00 
192 38 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ eta. 



44 44 

2,000 00 



440 00 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



29 



RECAPITULATION. 



Administration of Justice. 



Expenditure Authorized by Statute 

Continued — 



Vote 25, of 1883, 

do 335, of 1883. 

Estimate of 1883 . 



Total 



Grant. 



$ cts. 



36,700 00 

2,400 00 

576,065 00 



615,165 00 



Expenditure 


Ah 
.2 


$ cts. 




36,772 28 

2,400 00 

575,872 62 




615,044 90 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



% cts. 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



Revenue from Law Stamps, Supreme Court $3,701 92 

Pines and Forfeitures, North-West Territories 6,531 50 

do General 376 40 

Supreme Court Reports 1,800 00 

{See Public Accounts of 1883-84, part ii, page 96.) 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

John B. Simpson. 



30 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-4. 



Dominion Police. 


Details, 


Grant. 


Expenditure 

$ cts. 
20,124 49 


M 

eg 

.2 

03 
Oh 


Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 


Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 


Dominion Police, Vote 26 of 1883 
do Vote 223 of '84 


$ cts. 

15,000 00 
4,000 00 


$ cts. 
19,000 00 


52 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
1,124 49 


(See " Hansard,'' 1883, pages 753 
and 1126; 1884, page 1338). 

{See Public Accounts of 1883-84, 
page 97.) 







Over-expenditure caused by an emergency having arisen during the year, which, in the opinion of 
the Minister of Justice, required the employment of an additional number of men 

I certify that this account has-been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

John B. Simpson 



PENITENTIARIES. 



81 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 






3,175 93 
4,551 90 




Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 


$ cts. 

15,489 10 

381 57 

80 60 


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83,164 79 
45,775 40 

41,909 83 

28,207 17 


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APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-4. 



Statement showing the per caput cost of Convicts in each of the Peni- 
tentiaries, for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 1884. 



Daily arerage number of conYicts 



Officers' salaries 

Officers' retiring gratuities 
Officers' uniforms 



Maintenance of conricts 

Working expenses 

Capital 

Industries 



Total 



Kingston. 



St. Vincent 
de Paul. 



501 



$ cts, 

87 47 

6 63 

3 81 

62 41 

35 17 



195 49 



$ cts. 

137 82 
4 41 
6 47 

108 35 
39 97 



297 02 



Dor- 
chester. 



129 



$ cts. 
202 53 



10 04 
72 28 
40 10 
28 29 
1 61 



354 85 



Manitoba. 



97 



$ cts. 

143 08 
9 53 
6 50 

144 15 

182 84 



486 10 



British 
Columbia. 



77§ 



% cts. 

160 58 
1 29 

14 35 
117 75 

33 30 



10 82 



338 09 



PENITENTIARIES. 



33 



Kingston Penitentiary. 



Staff Salaries; — 

1 Warden 

1 Deputy Warden 

1 Accountant 

2 Chaplains 

1 Surgeon «..- 

1 Warden's Clerk 

1 Storekeeper ..... 

1 Steward 

1 Matron 

1 Deputy Matron .... 

1 Hospital Overseer 

1 Clerk of Works and Chief Instructor, 

1 Tailor Instructor 

1 Keeper, Stonecutter 

1 do Mason 

1 do Carpenter 

1 do Miller , 

1 do Foundry 

1 do Quarry „ 

1 do Bakery 

2 Keepers 

1 Farmer 

1 Messenger 

1 Schoolmaster 

40 Guards: 38 employed 

4 Teamsters 

Retiring gratuities to officers 

Gratuity of one year's salary to Jno. Dillon 

Uniforms . 

Maintenance of convicts 

Working expenses 

Total 



Grant 



$ cts. 

3,000 00 

1,400 00 

1,000 00 

2,400 00 

1,800 00 

800 00 

900 00 

700 00 

550 00 

350 00 

750 00 

1,100 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

1,200 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

20,000 00 

1,600 00 



44,550 00 

2,000 00 

550 00 

1,549 89 

44,685 29 

20,C93 05 



113,428 23 









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X, 


$ cts 




3,000 00 




1,400 00 




1,000 00 


, 


2,400 00 




1,800 00 




800 00 




900 00 




700 00 


i 


650 00 




350 00 




750 00 




1, 100 00 




1,000 00 




600 00 




600 00 




600 00 




600 00 




600 00 




600 00 




600 00 




1,798 33 




600 00 




600 00 




600 00 




18,739 42 




1,533 30 




43,821 05 


53 


2,771 54 


53 


550 00 


63 


1,908 16 


53 


31,267 17 


54 


17,621 21 


55 


97,939 13 


65 



Expenditure 
lees than 
Estimated. 



$ cts 



1,260 58 
66 70 



728 95 
6 



13,418 12 
2,471 84, 

15,489 10 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



698 33 



771 54 
358 27 



Explanations by Deputy Minister of Justice : — a. More officers estimated for than employed. 
b. Dillon, McDonnell and Swift retired, whose allowances amounted to $771.54 more than the 
estimate. In addition, Dillon received a special vote of Parliament for $550, chiefly on account of 
his blindness, c. Extra for new officers appointed in place of those retired and discharged, d. Esti- 
mated for a larger number of convicts than the yearly average amounted to. e. The Clerk of Works 
did not accomplish as much labor as he anticipated. 



I certify that this account has been examined nnder my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

Jno. H. Balderson. 



J. L. McD'OTJGALL, 

Auditor- General. 



5— 3a 



34 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNT*, 1883-4. 



Si. Tincent de Paul Penitentiary. 



Siaf Salaries :— 

1 Warden 

1 Deputy Warden... 

2 Chaplains 

1 Accountant 

1 Surgeon 

1 Warden's Clerk.. 

1 Chief Keeper 

1 Store Keeper 

1 Steward 

1 Schoolmaster 

1 Clerk of Works and Chief Instructor— 

1 Tailor Instructor 

1 Carpenter do 

1 Stonecutter do 

1 Blacksmith do ~ 

1 Shoemaker do 

1 Baker 

1 Hospital Keeper ~ 

1 Engineer 

1 Farmer , 

8 Keepers 

28 Guards 

1 Messenger 

2 Teamsters 

1 Assistant Chaplain 



Officers' retiring gratuities. 

Officers' uniforms 

Maintenance of convicts.... 
Working expenses 



Grant. 



$ eta. 
2,600 06 
1,400 00 
2,400 00 

1,000 00 
1.200 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
700 00 
600 00 
700 00 
750 00 
700 00 
700 00 
700 00 
700 00 
700 00 
750 CO 
800 00 
610 00 
4,400 00 
14, COO 00 
500 00 
800 00 



39,110 00 



2,307 CO 
32,611 55 

9.517 81 



83,546 36 





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a 








s~ 




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$ cts. 




2.600 00 




1,400 00 




2.400 00 




1,000 00 




1.200 00 




800 00 




800 00 




800 00 




700 00 




600 00 





750 00 


700 00 




700 00 




700 00 




700 00 




700 00 




750 00 




800 00 




610 00 




4.400 00 




13,967 58 




500 00 




795 56 




217 74 


56 


38.590 88 


1.233 33 


56 


1.810 12 


56 


30.33S 16 


57 


11.192 30 


55 


83,164 79 


58 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



$ cts. 



'00 00 



32 42 

4 44 

...... c 



519 12 
d 

493 88 

2.273 39 





Expenditure- 
more than 
Estimated. 



cts 



217 74 



1,233 33 



1.674 49] 



381 57 



Explanations by the Deputy Minister of Justice:— 

a. The Clerk of Works was transferred from the Justice Department to the Department of Public 
Works, 1st July, 1883. b. Time lost by guards and teamsters, c. Paid to the acting R. C. Chaplain r 
who officiated during the illness of the Rev. J. U. Leclerc. d. $1,150 paid to the Rev. J. U. Leclerc, 
who retired from the service on account of ill-health. Xot provided for in the estimates for 1883-84. 
$83.33 paid to the widow of Guard Pudney, who died in October, 1883. e. The usual summer uniform 
was changed for a cheaper one, and the price paid for other goods was less than estimated, f. Con 
victs' clothing was cheaper; no expenditure was made for escapes, and the number of convicts wh 
less than estimated, g. The Public Works Department should have supplied the Penitentiary "witT 
coal and wood, as agreed by statement supplied to that Department ; the quantities of fuel were not 
mentioned in the estimate, but were required to meet the wants of the Penitentiary. 

I certify that this account has been examined nnder my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

Jho. H. Baldersox, 



J. L. McDOUOALL, 

Auditor-General. 



PENITENTIARIES. 



S5 



Dorchester Penitentiary. 



Staff Salaries :— 

1 Warden 

1 Deputy Warden 

1 Accountant 

1 Surgeon , 

2 Chaplains , 

1 Chief Keeper 

1 Storekeeper 

1 Steward 

1 Hospital Keeper , 

1 Matron 

1 Deputy Matron ..,...., 
1 Keeper — Carpenter. 
1 do Blacksmith 

1 do Mason 

1 Guard — Shoemaker,. 

1 Engineer 

1 Schoolmaster 

3 Keepers 

18 Guards 

1 Messenger 

1 Farmer „.. 

1 Teamster , 



Uniforms 

Maintenance of convicts. 

Working expenses 

Capital 

Industries 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

2,000 00 

1,200 00 

1,C00 00 

1,200 00 

1,100 00 

800 00 

700 00 

700 00 

600 00 

500 00 

S00 00 

7 00 

700 00 

700 00 

600 00 

800 00 

600 00 

1,650 00 

9,000 00 

500 00 

600 00 

350 00 



26,300 00 

706 00 

8,768 50 

5,731 50 

4,150 00 

200 00 



45,856 00 





E 




i 




On 




a 


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« . 




*•- 




•*■* 




0* 


$ cts. 


2,000 00 




1,200 00 




1,U00 00 




1,200 00 




1,100 00 




800 00 




700 00 




700 00 




600 00 




500 00 




300 00 




700 00 




700 00 




700 00 




600 00 




800 00 




600 00 




1,650 00 




8,980 72 




500 00 




600 00 




196 34 


59 


26,127 06 


1,294 73 


59 


9,323 56 


60 


5,172 78 


61 


3,649 05 


61 


208 22 


61 
61 


45,775 40 



Expenditure 
less than 

Estimated. 



$ cts. 



19 28 



153 66 


172 94 


""558 "72 
500 95 





80 60 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



b 588 73 

e 555 06 

d 

e 

8 22 



Explanations by the Deputy Minister of Justice : — 

a. Teamster not employed during the winter, b. An extra summer suit for the staff was ordered 
by the Inspector. Not estimated, t. In some instances, higher prices had to be paid for supplies than 
were estimated. A larger quantity of convicts' clothing required, d. Wood burned for a portion of the 
winter instead of coal. The wood was cut off the penitentiary land. e. The marsh land did not cost as 
imuch as was figured upon. 

I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Examined, Auditor- General, 

Jno. H. Balderson. 



'— 3J* 



3fi 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883 4. 



Manitoba Penitentiary. 



Staf Salaries .— 

1 Warden 

1 Accountant, and Storekeeper 

2 Chaplains .... 

1 Surgeon 

1 Chief Keeper 

1 Engineer 

I Trade Instructor and Guard 

7 Guards ~ 

1 Steward and Schoolmaster ... 

1 Messenger and Guard 

5 Extra Guards ~~. 



Officers' retiring gratuities 

do uniforms • 

.Maintenance of convicts 

Working expenses 

Industries 

Supply Bill of 1884, Schedule A, Vote 224. 



Less— Keep of lunatics transfer- 
red to Manitoba Subsidy 
Account $4,070 32 

Miscellaneous, North-West 

Territories 491 40 

Keewatin 680 38 



do 



do 



Grant. 



$ cts, 

2,000 00 

1,000 0) 

1,000 00 

600 00 

900 00 

900 00 

8l0 00 

4,200 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 



13,020 00 

450 00 

686 00 

9,917 90 

8,000 00 

160 00 

6,500 00 



38,733 90 



38,733 90 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

2,000 00 
1,000 00 
999 84 
600 00 
900 00 
900 00 
819 96 
4,200 00 
999 96 
600 00 
859 33 



13,879 C9 

924 94 

633 55 

13,982 23 

17,735 12 



47,151 93 



5,242 10 



41,909 83 



as 1 - 1 
Oh 



65 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



$ cts. 
16 

04 

04 

, a 



b 

55 45 
d 

€ 

160 00 
6,500 00 



•/ 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



859 33 



859 09 
474 94 

4,C64 33 
9,735 12 



8,418 03 



5,242 10 



3,175 93 



Explanations by the Deputy Minister of Justice :— 

a. In consequence of the increased prison populatian, several extra Guards were employed during 
Hie year, for whom no provision was made in the Estimates, b. The Accountant and Steward retired 
on account of ill-health. The amount allowed them was $474.94 in excess of the estimate, c. Over- 
estimated, d. The increase in population required a much larger expenditure for rations, clothing, 
4bc, than was estimated for. e. An extra boiler for steam-heating was used, calling for a greater supply 
of fuel. The Warden, Accountant, Chief Keeper, Engineer, Guards and Messenger receive fuel and 
light in addition to their salaries. This, with unforeseen expenses in connection with the farm and 
staoles, in conseqmence of the partial destruction of the crops by frost, will account for the over- 
-expenditure for working expenses. /. The over-expenditure is covered by a Governor-General's warrant 1 
for $7,000, dated June 12, 1884. 

I certify that this account has been examinee! under my directions and! 
as correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General, 
Examined, 

Jno. H. Balderson. 



PEN1TENTIATIE3. 



3* 



Britisb Colnmbia Penitentiary. 



Staff Salaries : — 

1 Warden 

1 Deputy Warden and Chief Keeper 

2 Chaplains 

1 Accountant and Storekeeper 

1 Surgeon 

1 Steward and Guard 

8 Guards 

1 Schoolmaster's allowance 

1 Messenger and Guard 

1 Teamster 

3 Trade Instructors 



Uniforms for Officers 

■Officers' retiring gratuities 

■Maintenance of convicts 

■Working expenses 

Capital account 

J ndustries 

|7ote224ofl884— 

Salaries and contingencies for June, 1883 



Grant 



$ cts. 

1,400 00 

1,100 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

600 00 

700 00 

4,800 00 

200 00 

600 00 

600 00 



11,800 00 
500 00 



6,291 83 

2,010 00 

605 00 

500 00 

1,948 44 

23,655 27 



Expenditure 



$ cts 

1,400 00 

1,100 00 

1,000 00 

639 01 

600 00 

700 00 

4,964 83 

139 11 

502 50 

600 00 

826 44 



12,471 89 

1,114 75 

100 00 

9,145 78 

2,586 08 



840 23 
1,948 44 



28,207 17 



b£HH 



71 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



$ cts 



160 99 



60 89 
97 50 



605 00 



Expenditure 
more than 

Estimated^ 



$ ctit 



t> 164 83 

a 
c 



826 44 



671 89 
614 75 
109 ۩ 
2,863 95 
576 0& 

340 23- 



4,551 90 



Explanations by Jhe Deputy Minister of Justice : — 

a. The Accountant and Schoolmaster resigned November 19, 1883, and the vacancy was not filled 
till March 10, 1884. The Warden was obliged to employ Mr. Robinson in February last to pay tbe 
accounts, &c, paying him $82.50 for the service, b. On account of the increased prison population, 
in extra Guard was employed during the year. e. Messenger's position vacant for nearly two months. 
i. Instructors were appointed to teach the convicts the shoemakmg and tailoring trades, as the Warden 
wished to make all the clothing and boots required for the use of the prison, e. Having to uniform the 
vhole staff, the Vote was found insufficient. /.Guard Lawrence died during the year The usual 
gratuity of two months' salary was paid to his widow, g. Accounted for by a large increase in the 
prison population, and by payments for the keep of prisoners in the jails at Victoria and New West- 
ninster. A. Increased prison population, t. Caused by purchase of tools, &c, for use in the shoe and 
ailoring departments. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions an«l 
s correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General* 
Examined, 

Jno. H. Balderson. 






"38 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-84. 



Expenditure Authorized by Statute. 



Senate : — 

Salary of Speaker (36 Vic , cap. 31). 

Hon. D L. Macpherson , 

Hon. W. Miller- 

indemnity to Members , 

Mileage 



louse of Commons : — 

Salary of Speaker (36 Vic, cap. 31). 

Indemnity to Members... 

Mileage , 



Election Expenses : — 

Paid nnder Election Acts. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 
4,000 00 



78,000 00 
10,820 00 



4,000 00 

211,000 00 

26,500 00 



5,000 00 
339,320 00 



Expenditure 


1 
a 

88 


$ cts. 

1,172 03 

2,827 97 

70 073 00 

9,984 00 

4,000 00 

203,816 00 

22,550 40 

9,772 83 


324,196 23 



Expenditure! 
less than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



7,927 00 
836 00 



7,184 00 
3,949 60 



15,123 77 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



4,772 83 



Explanations :— a. Deductions from Sessional allowance of members on account of absence. 
b. Over-estimated.— Jno. Geo. Bourinot, Clerk of Commons. 

I certify that this account^has beeiTexamined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
. Examined, 

L. A. Bissonnette (Senate and Commons). 

F. Hayter (Elections). 



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LEGISLATION. 41 



a. Amount voted during Session of 1883 for financial year 1883-84, therefore 
only available after 1st July, 1883. Mr. H. was paid $896 during Session of 1883, 
out of indemnity of 1882-83, leaving a balance of $104 to come against the vote of 
$1,000 for 1883-84, hence the unexpended balance of $896.— J. G. Bourinot. 

b. Of this sum, $1,333.38 was for the undrawn salary of the late Librarian, Dr. 
Todd, from February to June, inclusive. The only explanation I can give with 
regard to the remainder is, that the expenditure for contingencies and stationery 
was cut down to the lowest possible amount, and we were able last year, by using up 
all the unused spaoes in the old ledgers, to put off until the end of the year the pur- 
chase of some expensive ledgers for the registration of books loaned from the library. 
In addition to this, the late Librarian had decided to make application to the Library 
Committee for the appointment of another junior clerk in the library, whose salary 
would of course have been taken from this amount. — J. Fletcher, Accountant, 



42 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-84. 



Senate. 



Salaries ; — 

Eiouard J. Langevin, Clerk, Master in 
Chancery 

James Adamson, Deputy Clerk, Clerk 

Assistant and Master in Chancery... 

J. G H Creighton, Law Clerk, Clerk of 

Committees and English Translator... 

Chipjain. 

Rev. Canon Johnston, 4 months 

Ven. J. 8. Lauder, 7 months and 22 

days 

A. A. Boucher, second Clerk, Assistant 

Master in Chancery and Chief French 

Translator 

Peter Miller, First English Clerk and 

Clerk of English Journals 
R. W. Stephen, Second English Clerk 

and Clerk of Routine and Proceedings. 
A. Sou'ter, Third English Clerk and 

Clerk of Private Bills 

A. Garneau, First French Translator 

J. de St. D. Lemoine, Sergeant-at- Arms . 
Ivanhoe Tache, Clerk of French Journals 

and Deputy Sergeant-at Arms 
C. T. Gibbs, Junior Clerk (acting as 

Assistant Accountant). 



Grant. 



F. A. McCord, Junior Clerk 

Assistant Clerk of Private 

Bills and Clerk. 

R. E Kimber, Gentleman Usher of the 

Black Rod 

J. B. Myrand, Postmaster 

Peter Dunne, Housekeeper 

Newsroom Keeper 

T. J. Jones, 4 months 

Thomas Wheeler, 6 months 

Permanent Messenger 

Thomas Wheeler, 4 months. M 

J H. Pelletier, 4 months 

Pierre Rattey, Doorkeeper 

Charles Young, Speaker's Messenger 

Fred. Gilbert, Wardrobe Keeper and As- 
sistant Doorkeeper 

John Dunne, Bank Messenger 

Andre Gravelle, House Carpenter 

0. Archambault, Permanent Messenger... 
Joseph Larose do 

Thomas Davis do 



Total Salaries. 



Miscellaneous : 

5 Pages,*at$l.50 per diem ~ 

7 Sessional Messengers, at $250 each.... 

Charwomen, &c 

Stationery 

Newspapers, foreign and domestic. 

Postage and carriage of mails. 

Sundry tradesmen's accounts. 

Senate Debates and Shorthand Writers. 
Unforeseen charges 



Total 



$ ets. 

3,400 00 

2,800 00 

2,0^ 00 
400 00 



1,900 00 

1,600 00 

1,400 00 

1,400 00 
1,600 00 
1,200 00 

1,000 00 

1,200 00 



1,000 00 

1,350 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

800 00 



600 CO 



800 00 
800 00 

600 00 
750 00 
700 00 
600 00 
800 00 



31,100 00 



750 00 
1,750 00 
1,600 00 
5,833 00 
2,000 00 

700 00 
3,500 00 
6,000 00 
3,500 00 



Expenditure. 



56,738 00 



$ cts. 

3,400 00 

2,800 00 

2,000 00 

133 33 

257 77 



4 
X. 

a 
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1,900 

1,600 

1,261 

1,400 
1,600 
1,200 



1,000 00 



247 

247 



1,350 
1,200 
1,200 

266 
533 

233 
\»5 
800 
800 

750 
716 
7oO 
600 
600 
185 



29,168 48 



705 00 
1,14) 94 
1,581 00 
5,252 05 
1,303 30 

725 16 
2,877 44 
5,329 50 
2,436 70 



50,519 57 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



73 



73 



$ cts. 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



8 90 


138 18 


952 70 
b 


,000 00 


181 19 


33 34 


200 00 



1,931 52 



45 00 
609 06 

19 00 
585 95 
696 70 



622 56 

670 50 

1,063 30 



6,218 43 



25 16 



a. Salary raised to $1,400 in 
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Aiarjh, 1884. b. Appointed in March, 1884. c. Appointed i 



LEGISLATION. 



43 



Honse of Commons. 



Salaries : — 

J. G. Bourinot, Clerk of the House 

H. Hartney, Accountant 

F. F Rouleau, Clerk Assistant 

— — Second Clerk Assistant. 

D. W. McDonnell, Sergeant-at-Arms.... 
N. Smith, Deputy do 

G. W. Wicksteed, Law Clerk 

Wm. Wilson, Assist, do etc 

T. J. Coursolles do 

J. R. E. Chapleau, Translator of Votes, 

etc 

F. B. Haynes, Assist. Eng Translator.. 

do French do 

J. F. Gingras do 
F. X. Demers do 
J. A. Genand do 



do 

do 

do 
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French 

do 

do 

do 



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do 

do 

do .. 

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do 

do and 



R.W. Wicksteed do 
H. Frechette do 

D. L. Desaulniers do 
L. Laframboise do 

E. Query do 

Proof-reader 

R. Brewer, Assistant Accountant 

F. McGillivray, Clerk of Routine and 

Records 

H. B. Stuart, Eng Engrossing Clerk... 

R. Romaine, Proof-reader and Clerk of 
Stationery 

I. B Taylor, Indexing Clerk 

C. Panet, Clerk of Miscellaneous Private! 
Bills , 

W. Todd, Assist. Clerk of Miscellaneous 
Private Bills 

E. P. Hartney, Clerk of Railway and 
Banking Committes 

R. McG. Moffat, Clerk of Public Ac- 
counts Committee 

E. Tasse, Principal Clerk of Committees 

F. X. Blanchet, Assist. do 

H. Poetter, Clerk of Votes and Pro- 
ceedings 

Wm. C. Bowles, Assistant 

W. B. Ross, English Journal Clerk 

A. G. D. Taylor, Assist. do 

J. Dal ton, Clerk of Sessional Papers.... 

P. Rivet, French Journals Clerk 

N. Balzaretti, Assist. do 

M. T. Ouimet, Junior Clerk 

P. Poirier, Postmaster 

J. Stanfeld, Assistant Postmaster 

A. E. Pelletier, Post Office Messenger... 

Alex. Sloane, Clerk 

N. Robidoux do 



Total 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

3,400 00 
2,800 00 
2,400 00 
1,800 00 
2,400 00 
1,200 00 
3,400 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 

1,800 00 
1,600 00 
1,700 GO 



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1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 

1,000 00 
1,200 00 

1,400 00 
1,200 00 

1,400 00 
1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 
1,450 00 
1,200 00 



1,450 00 
1,800 00 
1,500 00 
1,000 00 
1,700 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,200 00* 
800 00 
500 00 



61,000 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts 

3,400 00 
2,800 00 
2,400 00 



2,400 00 
1,300 00 
3,400 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 

1,800 00 
1,600 00 

1,133 28 
500 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 
1,283 32 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 

1,000 00 
1,200 00 

1,600 00 
1,200 00 

1,500 00 
1,200 00 

1,300 00 

1,000 00 

1,300 00 

1,300 00 
1,450 00 
1,200 00 

1,700 00 

1,500 00 

1,900 00 

1,500 00 

1,000 00 

1,700 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

1,300 00 

900 00 

500 00 

600 00 

600 00 



61,266 60 



be— I 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



1,800 00 



66 72 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



200 00 

d 
d 

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f 



Explanations by the Clerk op the House :— c. Vacancy, d. As the Civil Service Act does 
not include the Staff of the Commons in reference to increments of salaries, the increases marked d 
were made by the Internal Economy Commission, in accordance with the practice heretofore followed, 
in order more effectually to secure the efficiency of the Service, and reward deserving officers. These 
increments have been vote 1 by Parliament for the current year. e. Balance unexpended, caused by 
death of Mr. Gingras, and Mr. Demers appointed to fill vacancy on Staff of French Translators. /. 
Appointment* to meet tli3 requirements of the service; confirmed by the Internal Economy Com- 
mission. 



44 



APPROPBIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-8 i. 



House of Commons. 



Committees, Extra Sessional Clerks. 
Ac. :— 

Speaker's Secretary, H. R Smith 

5 Permanent Sessional Clerks 

25 Sessional Clerks 

Expenses of Witnesses, Short-hand 

Writers, &c 

Expenses of Witnesses, Short-hand 

Writers, &c, supplementary 

Sessional French Translators, at $4 per 

diem 

Sessional French Translators, at $4 per 

diem, during recess, supplementary 

Total 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

300 00 
2,000 00 
7,500 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 

1,000 00 



14,800 00 





C 

08 


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a 

03 . 


$ cts 




300 00 




2,200 00 
9,783 00 






[ 2,387 00 


75 


[ 3,966 00 


75 


18,636 00 





Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



$ cts. 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ eta. 

200 0J 
2,283 0O 

387 00 
966 00 



3,836 00 



g. Allowance of $100 each to two Clerks, in Permanent Sessional Branch, for special work. This 
allowance has been voted for the current year. A. The extra work of the session necessitated the 
additional expenditure under these three heads. 



CONTINGENCIES. 



Stationery , 

do supplementary 

Postage 

Newspapers and advertising 

Miscellaneous 

Unforeseen expenses, by order of the 
Board of Commissioners 

Total 



9,500 00 
5, GOT 00 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 
4,000 00 

4,000 00 



25,500 00 



15,183 47 

1.701 12 
i;651 77 
1,568 81 

2,405 42 



22,510 59 



m 
348 23 
2,431 19 

1,594 58 



2,989 41 



683 47 
701 12 



i. The stock of stationery necessary to be kept on hand was very much reduced, and had to be 
brought up. A better quality of paper was required, and the variety extended, under the supervision 
of a Committee of the House, j. The expenditure under these items varies somewhat from year to 
year. m. Some years ago the estimate under this head was cut down without much consideration. 
Experience has proved that the sum asked for has never been sufficient. It will be necessary to 
ask foi a larger sum hereafter, though not as much as originally demanded. 



PUBLISHING DEBATES. 


Grant 


20,000 00 
16,000 00 


i 34,737 57 


78 


1,262 43 




do Supplementary.... 


I 







L Debates not completed at end of financial year. 



LEGISLATION. 



45 



House of Commons. 



Serjeant-at-Arms : — 

1 Chief Messenger 

1 Assistant Messenger 

2 Permanent Messengers, at $800 .. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



700. 
650. 



1 Doorkeeper 

2 Night Watchmen, at $600 

1 House Carpenter 

37 Sessional Messengers, at $200 per 

Session 

do Supplementary 

13 Pages, at $1.50 per diem 

4 Servants, for wash-room and bath- 
room, &c, at $1.50 per diem 

11 Permanent Charwomen, at 50 cts. ... 

12 Additional ' do during Ses- 

sion, at 50 cts. per diem 

Contingencies, Housekeeper's De- 
partment 

1 Gasman, during Session. 

Tradesmen and others 



Total 



Library :— 

Salaries and Contingencies 

Salaries $15,066 62 

Contingencies 1,502 61 

Stationery 252 25 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

1,200 00 
900 00 

1,600 00 

2,100 00 
650 00 
500 00 
500 00 
400 00 
300 00 

1,200 00 
700 00 

7,400 00 
2,000 00 
1,950 00 

600 00 

2,007 60 

600 00 

750 00 

125 00 

5,000 00 

30,482 50 



20,260 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts 

1,200 00 
900 00 
800 00 

2,100 00 
700 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 
400 00 
350 00 

1,200 00 
700 00 

9,252 00 
1,833 00 

636 50 
2,013 00 

600 00 

780 59 

117 50 

6,445 15 

31,527 74 



16,821 48 



79 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



800 00 



148 00 
117 00 



7 50 



3,438 52 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



50 00 

500 00 

50 00 



36 50 
5 50 



30 59 
1,445 15 



1,045 24 



^Explanations by Clerk of the House : — 

n. Vacancy caused by death of a Messenger ; place filled by an appointment, at $500. o. Increases 
authorized by the Internal Economy Commission, p. Over-estimated, q. Estimate for Session of 100 
-days ; Session 94 days ; 13 pages, 6 days, at $1 50 a day, $117. r. Requirements of service necessi- 
tated these additional expenditures. 



46 



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IMMIGRATION. 



4T 



Immigration. 



lalaries of Immigration Agents and employees 

Salaries in London (England) office 

Salaries of Agents in Europe 

Contingencies of Canadian and other 

Agencies (not European) 

Travelling expenses of Agents in Europe... 
Assisting Immigration and Immigration ex- 
penses 

Aid to Women's Protection Immigration 

Society, Montreal - .. 

Brought forward from 1882-83 



Votes 54 and 340 of 1883 

{See " Hansard " of 1883, pages 845, 1,114, 

1,238). Public Accounts of 1883-84, part ii, 

page 146. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

24,280 00 
6,241 00 
7,200 00 

24,500 00 
7,000 00 

450,000 00 

1,000 00 
10,053 19 



530,274 19 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

29,245 40 

7,008 99 

10,413 88 

28,719 03 
23,829 63 

410,991 90 

1,000 00 



511,208 83 



96 

96 
97 

97 

97 

102 
102 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



102 



$ cts. 

a 

b 

c 

d 

e 

39,008 10 



10,053 19 



19,065 36 



Expenditur 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 

4,965 40 

767 99 

3,213 88 

4,219 03 
16,829 63 



Explanations by Department of Agriculture : — 

a. The item of grant in your statement ($24,280) appears to be an addition of several items of 
estimate, which in the total was not exceeded. The actual expenditure of the Department under the 
several headings of the vote was $22,424 83. The amount, $4,965.40, which you have set down a9 over- 
expenditure, was a portion of the expenditure under the bulk sum of the vote "towards assisting 
immigration and immigration expenses. " 5. The expenditure as shown by the monthly pay-lists is 
$7,495.67, instead of $7,008.99, as shown by your statement. The over-expenditure arose from an in- 
crease of the clerical staff, necessitated by the augmentation of the work of the London office, c. The 
expenditure was $7,025.27 instead of $10,413 88, as shown in your statement. The difference apparently 
arises from the fact the salaries of temporary agents appear to have been included by you with those 
of a permanent character estimated for. d. The expenditure as shown by the Departmental books, was 
$27,644 18 instead of $28,719.03. The over-expenditure arose in the same way as last year— from 
necessary increase of expenses attending augmented immigration, the estimate having been placed 
at the uniform amount voted for several years. The total expenditure for the whole service of immi- 
gration was within the vote, aud all the items under this head are therefore more than covered by the 
aggregate vote. e. The actual expenditure for this service was $5,663.08 instead of $23,829.63, as in 
your statement The travelling expenses proper of permanent agents are limited to an aggregate of 
$4 per day, and kept within this limit. The apparent over-expenditure, as shown by you, arises from 
extra expenses, such as printing, advertising, rent of halls, &c, and is charged by the Department to 
the general expenditure of the London Agency If a classification is adopted, based on the estimates 
actually made by the Minister of Agriculture, as voted by Parliament, it will follow that the difference 
between the amounts shown in the Departmental books, and those in your statement should be charged 
to the item " Assisting Immigration and Immigration expenses." 

I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
ih correct. 



Examined, 

J. B. Lynch. 



J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 



48 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-8-1. 



Quarantine. 



Quarantine : 

Medical inspection, Quebec. 
Quarantine, Gr<>3S Isle. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



St John N.B 

Pictou, N.S , 

Halifax, N.S 

Charlottetown. 

Victoria, BO 

Vancouver Island, B C 

Sydney, C.B 

Tracadie Lazaretto. 

To meet expenses of precantiouary measures 

for Public Health :— 
To pay balance of account, $6,403.20, certi- 
fied in accordance with the Order in 
Council, dated 8:h April, 1880 (less 
$1,491.38 due for purchase of the site 
and hospital), to the Winnipeg Gen- 
eral Hospital, for patients admitted 
from the 1st April to the 30th Novem- 
ber, 1883— 

Supplementary Grant 

St. Boniface Hospital 

Public Health 

Cattle Quarantine, Levis -.....»... 

do West 

do Halifax 

Pictou Cattle Disease 



Votes 55 and 341, of 1883 j Vote 229 of 1884 

{See "Hansard":— 1883, page 1238: 1884, 
page 1343 ; Public accounts, pt. ii, page 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

1.600 CO 
9,566 00 
2,600 00 
800 00 
3,400 00 
1,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,700 00 
1,400 00 
3,100 00 



4,911 82 



5,000 00 
5,000 00 
3,000 00 
5,000 00 
8,000 00 



58,077 82 



Expenditure 



$ ots 

1,600 00 
9,461 15 
2,122 52 

700 00 
2,754 41 

885 40 



444 96 
916 67 

3,050 00 



7,959 22 
3,354 00 
8,605 97 
15,435 25 
4,199 92 
25 00 



64,117 89 



104 
104 
104 
104 
104 
104 



104 
104 

104 



104 
104 
105 
105 
106 
106 
106 



106 



Expenditure 

less than 
Estimated. 



$ cts 



104 85 

477 48 

100 00 

645 69 

114 60 

2,000 00 

1,255 04 

483 33 

50 00 



4,975 00 
6,396 58 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts 



3,047 40 
3,354 00 
3,605 97 
10,435 25 
1,199 92 



6,040 07 



Explanations by Department of Agriculture : — 

a The expenditure incurred for the Winnipeg and St. Boniface Hospital, together with special 
expenditure for the extirpation of sheep scab, and the expenses attendant on the disease of small-pox at 
Rat Portage, which were not estimated for, brought the expenditure to the figure in your statement over 
the estimate, the amount of over-expenditure, however, being covered by a Governor General's Warrant. 
The expenditure of the Winnipeg and St. Boniface Hospitals are provided for by a general Order in 
Coancil, making an allowance for each immigrant patient, and the extent of expenditure required for 
this service having been uncertain, was not estimated for. b. This arose fromthe absolute necessity of 
making provisions for the propar care, and for the necessary separation and segregation of the numbers 
of cattle coming in for Quarantine, more than estimated for, and which could not have been foreseen. 
e. This arose from the necessity of providing adequate accommodation for separation and segregation 
of animals entering Canada at Point Edward, Sarnia, for breeding purposes, under regulations published 
in the " Canada Gazette," to a larger extent than could have been foreseen, d. All the items under 
Quarantine being included in one vote, are, by the understanding and practice which have prevailed, 
interchangeable. The net amount for over expenditure, as indicated in your statement, is covered 
by Governor General's Warrant 

I certify that this account has been examined nnder my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

J. B. Lynch. 



PENSIONS. 



49 



Pensions under Supply Bills. 



New Militia Salaries : — 

Mrs. C. McEachern and two children.. 

Janet Anderson 

Margaret McKenzie 

Mary Ann Richey and one child 

Mary Morrison : .% 

Louis Prudhomme 

Virginie Oharron and one child .*..,. 

Paul M. Robins 

Charles T. Bell 

Alexander Oliphant 

Charles Lugsden 

Thomas Charters 

Charles T. Robertson . 

Percy G. Routh.. 

Richard S. King 

George A. McKenzie 

Edwin Hilder 

Fergus Schofield 

John Bradley 

James Bryan . 

Ensign W. Fahey 

Mary Hodgins and three children 

John Martin 

Mrs. J. Thorburn, ■ 

Mrs. P. T. Worthington and one child 

Mrs. J. H. Elliott and one child 

Ellen Kirkpatrick and two children..... 

Mrs. George Prentice and three children 

Mary Hannah Tempest and one child 

T. Robinson 

Total New Militia Pensions.... 

Veterans of War of 1812 

Compensation to Pensioners in place of land... 

John Bright, Messenger. House of Assembly... 

Amount short paid, to' Edward Dackett, for 

superannuation 

Total Pensions under Supply Bill 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

184 00 
110 00 

80 00 
288 00 

80 00 
110 00 
120 00 
146 00 

73 00 

109 50 
91 25 
91 25 

110 00 
400 00 
400 00 

73 00 
146 00 

73 60 
109 CO 

109 50 
200 00 
191 00 

110 00 
150 00 
314 00 
120 00 
226 00 
352 00 
298 00 

50 00 



4,915 00 

25,000 00 

5,120 00 

80 00 

1,200 00 



36,315 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

184 00 
110 00 

80 00 
240 00 

80 00 
110 00 
120 00 
146 00 

73 00 

109 50 
91 25 
91 25 

110 00 
400 00 
400 00 

73 00 
146 00 

73 00 
109 50 

109 50 
200 00 
191 00 

110 00 
150 00 
250 00 
120 00 

58 60 
352 00 
298 00 

50 00 



4,635 60 

17,852 50 

3,869 01 

80 00 

1,200 00 



27,637 11 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



$ cts. 



48 00 



64 00 
167 40 



279 40 
7,147 50 
1,250 99 



8,677 89 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



cts™ 



Votes 57, 58 and 59 of 1883 ; 230 of 1884. See " Hansard," 1883, pages 852 and 853 ; 1884, page 
1343. Public Accounts, part ii, page 116. 

I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General 
Examined, 

J. C. MacDonald. 



5-4a 



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APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1S83-84. 



[Pensions authorised by Statute. 



Pensions to Judges — 

Supreme Court : — 

Sir W. B. Richards 

Hon. J. T. Taschereau 



Ontario: — 

J. M. Lauder 

G. M. Boswell 

Jas. Robt. Gowan, from 21st Sept., 1883. 
John G. Stevenson, from 1st June, 1884. 



Quebec : — 

Hon. C. D- Day, to 31st January, 1884, 

A. Lafontaine 

T. J. J. Loranger 

A. Polette 

P. Winter 

W. Badgley 

J. A. Berthelot 

R. McKay 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

5,333 33 
4,666 66 



1,600 00 
1,866 60 



Nova Scotia: — 

SirWm. Young , 

Hon. J. W. Ritchie 

L.il. Wilkins 

W. F. DesBarres 

New Brunswick : — 

Hon. E. Williston 



Miscellaneous Pensions — 

Nova Scotia: — 

Hon. H. W. Crawley 

Province of Canada : — 

G. H. Ryland, to 24th Sept., 1883. 
British Columbia : — 

Hon H. M. Ball 

G. H. Sanders 

W.R. Spaulding 

A. F. Penterton 

P. J. Hankin 

P. O'Reilly „ 



Militia Pensions : — 

Militiamen and widows of Militiamen, Upper 
Canada (war of 1812) 

Militiamen and widows of Militiamen, Lower 
Canada (war of 1812) 

Quebec Military Asylum Pensions (44 Vic, 
cap. 18.) (See Auditor's Report 1882-3, 
page 167) 



Total Pensions under Statutes (Public Ac- 
counts, page 116) 



2,666 66 
2,666 66 
2,666 66 
2,666 66 
2,333 33 
3,333 34 
3,333 34 
3.333 34 



3,733 32 
3,333 34 
2,666 66 
2,666 64 



1,733 28 



1,200 00 

644 40 

2,266 56 
1,999 92 
1,622 16 
1,622 16 
2,595 56 



Expenditure 



62,550 58 
5,120 00 

600 00 



Superannuation : — 

Annual allowance to superannuated 
ployees, under Statute 



68,270 58 



190,000 00 



$ cts. 

5,333 33 
4,685 66 



1,600 00 

1,866 60 

1,446 62 

133 33 



1,555 51 
2,666 66 
2,666 66 
2,666 66 
2,333 33 
3,333 34 
3,333 34 
3,333 34 



3,733 32 
3,333 34 
2,666 66 
2,666 64 



1,733 28 



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150 60 

2,266 56 
1,999 92 
1,622 16 
1,622 16 
2,595 56 



62,525 61 

4,480 00 

300 00 

600 00 



67,905 61 



192,692 70 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



$ cts. 



Expenditui 
more than 
Estimated 



$ Ct8 



a 1,446 62 

6 133 33 



1,111 12 



493 80 



24 97 
640 00 
300 00 



364 97 



600 00 



2,692 70 



Superannuation revenue, $51,882.21. 
a and b. New pensions, c. Died 31st January, 1884. 
Reserve Commissioner, e. Died 24th September, 1883. 



d. In abeyance while employed as Indian] 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct 

Examined, J. L. McDOUaALL, 

John B. Simpson. Auditor- General. 



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Ottawa, 28th August, 1884. 

(a.) The total amount of grant was not employed for the year's service in con" 
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from the command before the completion of the financial year. 

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year, but payment-claims for which had not been rendered. 

(d.) These item show an excess of $12,130.45 expenditure more than estimated. 

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service. 

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services for the year. 

Drill Sheds and Rifle Ranges. 

Unexpended balance ,.$13.35. 

Lapsed 30th June, 1834. 

Military properties. 

Unexpended balance „ $105.42. 

Lapsed 30th June, 1884. 

(f.) Carried forward by O. C, 25th June, 1884, being required for payment of 
services of the year unpaid at that date. 

(g.) The estimated expenditure for this service was not necessary, in consequence 
)f tho establishment of the new cavalry and infantry schools. 

"A" and "/?" Batteries, Royal Schools of Gunnery. 

Balance unexpended $966.10. 

Lapsed 30th June, 1884. 

(/i.) Carried forward by O. C, 24th June, 1884, being required for payment of 
lervioes of the year. 



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15,011 52 


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140 


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{See "Hansard" of 1883, pages 910 and 1241 ; Public Accounts of 1883-84, page 
a. Works not proceeded with. 
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is correct. 



Examined, 

J. H. P. Gibson. 



J. L McDOUaALL, 

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135 

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Mail Subsidies. 



Steam communication between Halifax and St. John vi& 
Yarmouth , 

Steam communication on Lakes Huron and Superior. .... 
Steam service between San Francisco and Victoria, British 

Columbia , 

Steam communication with the Magdalen Islands , 

cteam communication between Grand Manan, N.B., and 

mainland - , 

To provide for one year's subsidy, to be granted afthe rate 
of $50,000 per annum, to line of steamers to trade 
between Canada and the West Indies and Brazil, pro 
vided a like amount is paid by the Brazilian Govern 

ment 

For subsidy to line of steamers to run fortnightly between 
France and Quebec, provided the French Governmem 
appropriates a sum equal to the amount contributed by 

the Dominion of Canada for the eame service , 

For subsidy to line of steamers to run between Liverpool 
or London, or both, and St. John, N.B., and Liverpool 

or London, or both, and Halifax, N.S 

Subsidy to steamer between Campbellton and Gaspe, and 

intermediate ports .'. 

For ster.m communication from Port Mulgrave, at the 
teiminus of the Eastern Extension Railway, to East 

Bay, Cape Breton. 

For steam communication between Cape Canso and Port 
Hood, daily, touching at railway teiminus, Port Mul- 
grave, and such other places within above limits as 

may bo agreed upon ! 

For steam communication between Halifax and St. Pierre. 

Subsidy of $1 ,500 a voyage, for five voyages, of steamers from 

Prince Edward island to Great Britain or continental 

ports 

Steam communication from Halifax to Murray Harbor and 

Charlottetown, alternately 

Steam communication between Canada and Antwerp 

do do Germany 

Steam communication between Port Mulgrave Railway 
terminus and Cheticamp, touching semi- weekly at Port 
Hood, Mabou, Broad Cove, Mayaneand Cheticamp, the 
Local Government having granted a similar amount 
conditionally on a Dominion vote for the same service.. 
Steam communication between Owen Sound, Sault Ste. 
Marie and Thunder Bay 



(See "Hansard 

Authorized by Statute — Yearly subsidy to Montreal Ocean 
Steamship Company, 36 Vic, cap. 33 , 



of 1883, pages 952 and 653.) 
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10,000 CO 

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3,000 00 
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2,000 00 
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260,440 00 



126,533 33 



286,973 33 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

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10,000 00 

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12,000 00 
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126,533 33 
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Expenditure 

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148,919 32 



Explanations by the Deputy Postmaster General: — 

139. It was found impiacticable to subsidize a special steamer for this service, but arrangements 
vere made with strainers ef the International Steamship Co., between St. John and Eastport, and by 
chooner thence to Grand Manan, the cost of which was less than the estimate. 140. Service suspend- 
. 141. This service was not carried cut as intended. 142. This service was only partially peifoimed. 
, This seivice was only partially peifoimed. 147. No claim was made by any steamer for this 
ubsidy. 149 and 150. This service was only partially peifoimed. 400. This service did not commence as 
rly in the season as was anticipated ; the full amount was not therefore required. 

I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
correct. 

J. L. McDOUGTALL, 
Examiifed, Auditor -General. 

L. A. Bissonneite. 



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APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 13S3-S4. 



Sundry Services. 



•Scientific Institutions : — 

Observatory, Toronto 

do Kingston 

do Montreal 

do New Brunswick 

Total Observatories 

Meteorological observations and telegraphing 

(Votes 169 and 170 of 1883. See " Hansard, 
page 957 ; Public Account?, page 106.) 

♦Marine Hospitals and Distressed Senme.a :- 

Marine and Immigrant Hospital, Quebec 

St. Catharines Hospital, Ontario 

Kingston Hospital. 

Hospitals in Quebec, Nova Scotia, New Bruns- 
wick, Prince Edward Island and British 
Columbiv 

Shipwrecked and Disabled Seamen > 

{Votes 171 and 172 of 1883. See part ii, page 
203 ; Public Accounts, page 114.) 

*Steaniboat Inspection : — 

Vote 173 of 1183 

(See Public Accounts, page 209.) 

f Insurance Inspection: — 

Expenditure undei Vote 174 of 1883 

Expenditure under 37 Vic, cap. 20 

(See this Report, part ii, page 204 ; Public Ac- 
counts, page 213.) 

-f Subsidies to Provinces (under Statutes) 

(See this Report/ part ii, page 205; Public Ac 
counts, page .) 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

5,250 00 
500 00 
500 00 

1,500 00 



7.750 00 
48,000 00 

55,750 00 



20,000 00 
500 00 
500 00 



35,000 00 
6,000 00 



62,0C0 00 



22,0-:0 00 



6.000 00 
4,000 00 



3,525,000 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

5,233 16 
500 00 
500 00 



6,238 16 
50,160 73 

56,393 89 



19,990 34 

500 00 
500 00 



27,167 68 
3,154 60 



51,312 62 



21,893 28 



5,854 54 
4,000 00 



3,603,714 38 



Expenditure 

les3 than 

Estimated. 



$ cts. 
11 84 

L50O 00 



1,511 81 
b 



9 66 



7832 32 
2,845 40 



10,687 38 



106 72 



145 46 



Expenditure 
more than 
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cts 



2,160 73 
648 89 



78,714 3» 



REVENUE. 

Marine Hospitals. $ 2,599 00 

Sick Mariners' Fund 48,6«-6 65 

Steamboat Inspection 15.371 79 

Insurance Superintendence 9,855 13 



Explanations hy Departments:-* 

a. Excepting the grants to McGill College and Kingston Observatory,, and salaries of observers, 
the estimate can only be approximate, b. Vote insufficient, on account of the expenditure of the Qiv 
bee and St John Observatories being included in this vote. c. The travelling expenses of Inspector 
aie dependent on the number of steamers to be inspected, d. The expenditure depends on the nunibe 
of sick seamen needing relief. 

I certify that these accounts have been examined under my directions 
and are correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 
Examined, Auditor- General 

^H. G\ Dunlevie. 
fF. Hayter, 



GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 



97 



Geological Survey, 



Wages of temporary employees. 

Explorations , 

Advances 

Publication of Geological Map and Report 

do " Canadian Organic Remains" 

Office and Museum 

Specimens for Museum 

Fuel , 

Instruments and repairs. 

Library 

Carriage of specimens 

Laboratory 

Stationery , 

Queen's Printer 

Expenditure (See Publie Accounts, page 106).. 
Vote 175 of 1883 (See "Hansard," page 1088).. 

Unexpended balance 



Expenditure 


$ cts. 


13,280 70 


16,165 64 


12,195 42 


8,242 84 


1,214 70 


3,446 60 


1,496 15 


106 86 


799 03 


568 40 


239 20 


188 39 


663 04 


924 06 


59,531 03 


60,000 00 


468 97 



be*— • 

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206 
208 
208 
209 
209 

210 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions 
and is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

F. Hayter, 



5-T« 



93 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-84. 



Office of Auditor-General of Canada, 

Ottawa, Jan. 2, 1885. 

Sir, — I forward herewith a statement of expenditure by your surveyors in 
1883, for articles of which some information should have been given at the close of 
the season. The list of payments does not include items for which corresponding 
sales are recorded. 

Attached to each statement of exploration expenses should be a balance sheet of 
outfit, showing the different purchases on capital account, and the materials taken 
from the previous season's storage, with the disposal of each on return, whether by 
sale or delivery, into the hands of a caretaker. In the latter case, receipts for the 
materials should accompany the vouchers. 

To make the speedy examination required by the Audit Act, I would like to 
have your accounts rendered monthly instead ol quarterly. Please send me, in ad- 
dition to the separate balance sheets of outfit above, general statements of the whole 
stores account for the beginning and end of the seasons of 1883 and 1884. 

Yours respectfully, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, Auditor-General. 
A. E. C. Selwyn, LL.D., F.R.S., 

Director Geological Survey. 



Geological Survey, 1883. 
Capital Expenditure— Materials not accounted for. 



Eobert Bell— 

2 tents * 

2 boats, with sails 
Yawl boat, with oars 



$ 52 €0 

150 00 

35 00 



Amos Bowman — 












2 horses . 


• 




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. 82 50 


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• 




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Field glass 


• 




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16 00 


Surveyor's prism . 




• 




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10 00 


Tent 


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15 00 


G. M. Dawson (for self, Westor 




3 tents 




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60 75 


3 guns . 






• 




. 31 50 


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• 




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25 00 


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• 




15 00 


Winchester rifle • 




• 




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20 00 


6 horses 






• 




750 00 


3 sets of single harness 




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42 00 


2 Mexican saddles 










. 40 00 


2 Humboldt pack-saddles 




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• 




15 00 


Horse and pack-saddle 




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Roan horse 






• 




85 00 


Buck board . 




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• 


63 00 


3 horses 






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332 00 



$237 00 



132 50 



1,599 25 



GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 



99 



R W. Ells— 
Tent 
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Field glass . 
Birch canoe 

Hugh Fletcher— Tent 
A. P. Low — Canoe 
E. G. McConnell— 

Silver Waltham watch 

Kennedy rifle 

2 tents 

Set of double harness 
California saddle 
Set of pony harness 
Light wagon 

A. K. C. Selwyn— 

3 horses . 
Punt 
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Buck-board . 
Set of harness 

J. F. Torrance— Tent 
T. C. Weston— 

Tent 

Field glass . 

Eemington S. B. gun 

Carbine 



15 00 
15 00 

9 60 
20 00 



30 00 


27 52 


52 05 


35 50 


35 00 


19 00 


65 00 


435 00 


15 00 


60 00 


50 00 


40 00 



59 60 
17 50 
16 00 



264 01 



600 00 
20 75 



31 35 
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15 00 
25 00 



84 35 
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100 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUiNTS, 1833 84. 



Indians — Consolidated Fund. 


Grant. 


Expenditure 


Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 


more than 
Estimated. 


•On'ario and Quebec, »jc. : — 

Indiaus of Quebec 

Blankets for aged and infirm Indians, Ontario 


% cts. 
4,200 00 

1,600 00 

10,400 00 
15,680 CO 

1,200 00 
900 00 


% cts. 
4,200 00 

1,600 00 

10,400 00 
15,680 00 

1,200 00 
900 00 


$ cts. 
1,755 01 


$ cte- 


Indian schools in Ontario, Quebec, Nova 
Scotia and New Brunswick 








Improvements to Mount Elgin Industrial In- 
stitution, Munceytown 

To open up ioads on the Ouiatchouan Reserve 




Votes 176 and 369 of 1883, and 259 of of 1884.. 
(See " Hansard " of 1883, pages 1C94 and 1098; 
1884, 1372.) 

Nova Scotia : — 

Indians of Nova Scotia generally 

To increase the medical grant from 26 to 50 

cents a head, on a population of 2,219 

Balance from 1882-3 , 


33,980 00 


33,980 00 




4,500 00 

532 56 

492 06 


3,769 61 


- 


Expenditure (see part ii, page 213) , 










Votes 177 and 371 of 1883 


5,524 62 

4,500 00 

393 12 
24 03 


3,769 61 


1,755 01 




(See " Hansard," page 1101.) 

New Brunswick: — 

Indians of New Brunswick generally 




4,643 59 
100 00 
100 00 


273 56 
25 00 




To increase the medical grant from 23 to 50 

cents a head, on a population of 1,456 

Balance from 1882-3 

General expenditure (part ii, page 213 ) 




Missionary at Big Cove, Kent County.... 


100 00 
125 00 




Second medical officer for Northumberland Co. 




Votes 178 and 370 of 1883 , 


5,142 15 


4,843 59 


298 56 


b 


(See "Hansard," page 1249.) 

Prince Edivard Island : — 

Vote 179 of 1883 




2,0C0 00 
237 18 


1,993 87 


243 31 




Balance from 1882-3- 




Expenditure (see part ii, page 213) 


a 








British Columbia: — 

Indians of British Columbia generally 


23,9,50 00 
7,700 00 

11,055 00 

353 32 

2,400 00 

1,200 00 


23,781 84 
12,300 26 

\ 6,209 02 

2,400 00 

1,200 00 

45,891 12 


c 

d 

5,199 30 


531 84 




4,600 26 


Reserve Commission 


do balance from 1882-3 

Salaries of two additional agents 

Re-building Icdian houses destroyed by H.M.S. 
4 'Rocket" 


e 


Votes 180 and 373 of 1883 ; 261 of 1884 . 

(See "Hansard" of 1883, pages 1101, 1378 ; 1884, 
1372 ; also this Report, part ii, page 214 ) 


45,958 32 


67 20 





Explanations by Department : — 

a. The expenditure for relief of distress and purchase of seed was less than estimated, owing, pro- 
bably, to the excellence of the crops and the productiveness of the fisheries, b. Theagent.in the South- 
Western Superintendency refanded the amount sent him for the purchase of seed grain, c. The estab- 
lishment of the North- West Coast and Williams Lake agencies caused an increased expenditure for 
travelling expenses and supplies for destitute Indians, d. Only two survey parties were estimated for, 
but it was found necessary to send three parties into the field, e. The Reserve Commissioner and party 
-were not in the field during the summer of 1883, owing to the sickness of the Commissioner. 

I certify that these accounts have been examined under my directions 
and are correct. .° nfi " l~_^- a 

Examined, J. L. McDOUG-ALL, 

J. C. MacDonald. Auditor- General 



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103 



Indians— Consolidated Fund. 



Summary, 



Ontario and Quebec 

Nova Scotia - 

Now Brunswick. 

Prince Edward Island 

British Columbia 

Manitoba and North-West Territories 



Balances from 1882-3. 

Votes of 1883 

Votes of 1884 



Expenditure (See Public Accounts, 

page 248) . 

Total over-expenditure on Indians... 



Revenue— 

Grain sold, and refund of former 
years' expenditure ......... 



Details. 



$ cts. 



4,389 05 

924,400 35 

9,900 00 



Grant. 



cts. 



33,980 00 

5,524 62 

5,142 15 

2,237 18 

45,958 32 

845,847 13 



938,689 40 



Expenditure 



cts. 



33,980 00 
3,769 61 
4,843 59 
1,993 87 

45,891 12 
1,025,675 63 



1,116,153 87 



18,827 58 






213 
213 
213 
214 
226 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



cts 



1,755 01 

298 56 

243 31 

67 20 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



cts. 



179,828 55 



177,464 47 



Note. — The over-expenditure for Manitoba and the North-West Territories was covered by a Governor 
General's warrant for $200,000. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 



Examined, 

J. C. MacDonald, 



J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 



104 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-84. 



NORTH-WEST MOUNTED POLICE. 

Account of sums expended, compared with the sums granted, for the 
Year ended 30th June, 1884, showing the surplus or deficit upon each 
sub-head of vote. 



Service. 


Year 

of 
Vote. 


Details. 


Grant. 


Expenditure 


Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 


Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 


Pay of Force (page 232) 

Subsistence (page 242) 

do 


1883 
1883 
1884 

1883 
1884 

1883 
1884 

1883 
1884 

1883 
1883 
1883 

1883 
1883 


$ cts. 

5i,ioo*oo" 

35,000 00 


$ cts. 
155,000 00 

86,100 00 

75,400 00 

26,500 00 

40,000 00 

47,000 00 
5,000 00 
2,000 00 

45,000 00 
4,000 00 


$ cts. 
153,970 87 

85,872 36 

75,740 74 

30,010 75 

40,392 59 

43,838 40 
5,956 23 
2,100 05 

40,435 60 
7,666 07 


$ cts. 
1,029 13 

227 64 


$ cts. 






Forage (page 252). 

do 


58,400 00 
17,000 00 


340 74 


Fuel and light (page 258) 

do 


11,500 00 
| 15,000 00 






3,510 75 


Clothing (page 264) 


37,000 00 
3,000 00 




do 


392 59 


Repairs, renewals, replacement 
of horses, arms, and am- 
munition (page 265) 

Medicine and hospital expenses 

Books and stationery 

Transport and freight, guides, 
and mails 


...... ..... ...... 


3,161 60 


956 23 






100 05 




4,564 40 




Contingencies (page 266) 




3,666 07 


416,000 00 
70,000 00 






Vote 1.82 of 1883 (" Hansard " 
pages 1,042 and 1,110) 

Vote 262 of 1884 (" Hansard " 
pages 1,373) 


486,000 00 


485,983 66 


16 34 


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I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUOALL, 
Examined, Auditor-General. 

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108 APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1833-4. 



a. The fluctuations in the demand upon the space in the Canada Gazette are suei 
that I deem it necessary always to provide for a margin of $500 to $750. 

B. Chamberlin, Q.P. 

b. $323.74 excess of expenditure over appropriation. This difference is to l| 
accounted for by the large cost of mail service during the financial year. One-thii! 
of the amount required for this service is defrayed by arrangement with the Pos 
master General from the appropriation for North-West Government. On account « 
the facilities now afforded by the Canadian Pacific Railway, the expenditure und< 
this particular head is expected to be considerably reduced during the current yea 

c. This estimate was simply a repetition of that of former years, and the larg 
balance thereof unexpended is caused by the fact that the demands upon that vol 
have not been as large as was anticipated. — John R. Hall, (Secretary 

d. With reference to the vote for the Consolidated Statutes, work was for a tim 
in the summer almost suspended, and the type was not required as fast as I antic 
pated, nor the work pushed on so quickly. 

But you will remember the amount was carried forward to the Septembi 
account, when, on 30th September, an additional $4,466.20 was drawn and paid ove. 
making the total expenditure nearly $10,000. — B. Chamberlin, Q. i\ 

i 



e. This is more than provided for by the North- West Territories Act of 1881 
and the amendments thereto passed during the last Session of Parliament. Tou wi 
see, by sub-sections 4 and 8, that provision is made for the payment of salary of on 
registrar at $2,000, and for the remaining registrars at $1,200 each. You will thi 
see that the appropriation has not only not been exceeded, but that, as a matter 
fact, the whole amount appropriated has not been expended. This will be accounte 
for by the fact that the registrar for the district of Calgary was not appointed unt 
June. — A. M. Burgess, D.M.I. 



CUSTOMS. 



10» 



Customs. 



llaribs and contingent expenses op the 
several Ports. 



he Province of Ontario u 

do Quebec 

do New Brunswick 

do Nova Scotia 

do Manitoba 

do Noith-West Territories 

do British Columbia 

do Prince Edward Island 

fcries and travelling expenses of Inspectors 
Tof Ports, and travelling expenses of other 

officers on inspection ..... 

lir.ellaneous— Contingencies of Head Office, 
^covering printing, stationery, advertising, 
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entry 

Itmeet expenditure in connection' with the 
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Grant. 



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213,620 00 

89,765 00 
106,260 00 

44,010 00 
8,000 00 

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21,300 00 



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Revenue from Customs $20,023,890 14 

| I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
correct. 



Examined, 
John H. Baldeeson, 



J. L. McDOUGrALL, 

Auditor- General. 



a The difference between the grant and expenditure in this ca«e occurred in 
■sequence of withholding payment pending the settlement of matters in connec- 
pi with the collection of duties upon cattle for ranching purposes, and upon mater 
■used in connection with the construction of the Canadian Pacific .Railway, which 
■»enditure it was impossible to complete within the year, otherwise the difference 
Hj>n this sub-head also would have been insignificant. 



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APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 18834. 



Inland Revenue. 



Culling Timber : — 

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1 Supervisor 

do (Supplementary Estimate) 

1 Deputy Supervisor 

1 Cashier 

11 Clerks and 1 Book-keeper 

1 Messenger 

Pay of Culler3 

Contingencies . 

Montreal Agency :— 

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1 Book-keeper and 1 Clerk 

Pay of Cullers 

Contingencies 



(Votes 200, of 1833, and 200. of 1834. See 
Public Accounts, page 212.) 



Grant. 



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1,600 00 

1,400 00 

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An amount of $5,200 00, paid to retired cullers, is paid under Statute. 

Revenue from Cullers' Fees... $37,062 71 

I certify that this account has been examined under my directions an 
is correct 

J. L. McDOUaALL, 

Auditor- General. 
Examined, 

Jno. H. Balderson. 



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possibly be made of the quantity of timber likely to reach market 18 months aftt 
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Railways— Revenue. 



Intercolonial Railway : — 

Locomotive power (Vote 205, of 

1883) 

Car expenses (Vote 205, of 1883) 
Maintenance of way and works 

(Vote 205, of 1883) 

Station and train expenses (Vote 

205, of 1883) ..... 

General charges— Less$2,250.29, 

car mileage (Vote 205, of 1883). 
Indemnity for accideut to E. 0. 

Ennis (Vote 285, of 1884) 

Balance from 1882-3 



Ife« (l Hansard" of 1883, page 1073; 
! 1884, page 1382. Public Accounts, 
, page 357. 



Windsor Branch Railway: — 

Maintenance of way and works 

(1883—207) 

Balance from 1882-3 



fee "Hansard" of 1883, page 1076. 
Public Accounts, page 357^ 



J rince Edward Island Railway : — 
Locomotive power (Vote 206, of 

1883) 

Car expenses (Vote 206, of 1883). 
Maintenance of way and works 

—ordinary (Vote 206, of 1883). 
Maintenance of way and works 

—renewals (Vote 206, of 1883). 
Station expenses (Vote 206,of '83) 
General charges do 

Compensation for injuries (Vote 

233, of 1884) 

Balance from 1882-3 



<ee " Hansard " of 1883, page 1076 ; 
1884, 1317. Public Accounts, 
page 357. 



ustern Extension Railway : — 

Stores purchased 

Excess of working expenses over 
receipts , 



'an 



lie Accounts, page 357. 



Details. 



ananian Pacific Raihoay : — 

Expenditure to Sept. 30, 1883, 
from balance 188Z-3 



Public Accounts, page 357.) 



$ cts. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

820,000 00 
540,000 00 

600,000 00 

330,000 00 

210,000 00 

400 00 
139,626 73 



2,610,026 73 



20,000 00 
6,404 02 



7,946 90 
2,086 87 



64,000 00 
31,000 00 

1 

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14,000 00 

23,250 00 
9,568 19 



Expenditure. 



$ cts. 

757,162 49 
531,215 91 

560,801 18 

325,873 10 



400 00 



2,344,579 09 



22,140 86 



65,402 87 
36,718 15 

70,421 88 
11,532 28 

24,452 59 
11,826 91 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



$ cts. 

62,837 51 
8,784 09 

39,193 82 

4,126 90 

40,873 59 

139,626 73 
295,447 64 



4,263 16 



Expenditure? 
more than 
Estimated. 



1 

}- 8,045 84 



252,818 19 



22 77 



236,428 13 



10,033 77 



327 02 



2,173 09 

7,176 55 
9,568 19 

16,390 06 



$ cts. 



d 1,402 87 
d 5,718 15 



3,452 T 59 



10,033 77 



304 25 



Explanations by the Chief Engineer of Railways in operation : — 

a. The increase in the traffic was not so large as was expected ; henco the work— 
ag expenses were less than estimated- 



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b. This amount did not enter into consideration when making the estimate for 
working the Intercolonial Eailway for 1883 4. 

c. Fewer steel rails were laid than were originally thought would be required 
to be renewed during the year. 

d. Heavier repairs were necessary than were thought would be required 
when the estimate was prepared. 

e. Owing to favorable season. 

f. A portion was paid before the close of the previous year, which reduced the 
amount required for 1883-4. 

Revenue from Intercolonial Railway $2,353,647 26 

do P. E. I. Railway 144,504 12 

do Windsor Branch 23,018 93 

I certify that this account has been examined under my directions anil 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 
Examined. Auditor- General. 

Thos. D. Tims, 

Financial Inspector. 



RAILWAYS AND CANALS, 



117 



Railways and Canals— Revenue. 



Canals: — 

Lactone— Staff 

Supplementary,. 

Repairs 

Beauharnois — Staff 

Repairs 

Cornwall— Staff 

Supplementary 



Repairs 

Williamsburg — Staff. 

Repairs 

Weiland— Staff 

Supplementary. 

Thos. Munro, Supt. iD 

1879 

Repairs 

Supplementary 



Detail 



$ cts 

45,000 00 

2,264 00 



15,000 00 
3,212 50 



107,400 00 
10.41Q 00 



67,728 00 
10,410 00 



Burlington— Staff 

Repairs— Sup. grant 

Trent-Staff 

Repairs ... 

St. Anne— Staff 

Repairs 

Carillon & Grenville— Staff.... 
Repairs 

Rideau— Staff 

Repairs 

Supplementary 



Culbute— Staff 

Repairs 

St. Ours— Staff 

Repairs 

Chambly— Staff 

Repairs 

I St. Peter— Staff 

Repairs 

j)re<Jge Vessels-Supplementary grant 

fiscellaneous — Repairs 

jlrought forward from 1882-3 



Jxpenditure for Staff 

do Repairs 



otes 208 and 391 of 1833 ("Hansard" 

■ pages 1077 and 1245) 

r ote 286, of 1884 ("Hansard," page 

1382) mmm 

''alance from 1882-3 



ilaries and contingencies of canal 
officers 



Grant. 



16,400 00 
2,850 00 



280,757 29 
194,204 18 



439,764 00 

31,221 50 
69,186 02 



Total, Canals (Revenue), 



$ Ct3 



47,264 00 
18,700 00 
19,000 00 
15,856 00 



18,212 50 
8,000 00 
7,600 00 
7,350 00 



117,810 00 
180 00 



78,133 00 
300 00 
200 00 
2,500 00 
5,100 00 
2,600 00 
2,750 00 

12.000 00 
9,800 00 

27,000 00 



19,250 00 

700 00 

3,000 00 

2,300 00 

7,000 00 

18,000 00 

13,500 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
1,875 00 
1,000 00 

69,186 02 



540,171 52 



36,230 00 



576,401 52 



Expenditure 



$ cts 



48,624 51- 
19,683 24' 
19,107 38- 
16,232 61- 



18,475 43' 
9,007 73 
7,757 04- 
7,349 37' 



113,096 87' 
180 00- 



90,926 97 
100 00' 
122 41 

2,208 64 
5,264 35 
2,775 32 
2,725 49 

17,393 91 
7,918 42 

26,938 95' 



19,245 02 
733 50 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



2,315 37 

1,494 99 
18,448 85 
12,003 34 

2,601 47 
367 85 

1,862 39 



474,961 47 



35,495 06 * 
510,456 53 



$ cts 



63 

4,713 13 



200 00 

77 59 

291 36 



24 51 



1,881 58 
61 05 



4 98 
3, 000 ' 00 



5,505 01 
l',496"66 



1,632 15 

12 61 

1,000 00 

69,186 02 



65,210 05 



734 94 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



1,360 51 
983 24 
107 38 
376 61 



262 98 

1,007 73 

157 04 



12,788 97 



164 35 
175 32 

5,393 91 



33 50 

15 37 

448 85 

601 47 



The total shown on page 356 of the Public Accounts is $508,594.14. The difference, $1,862.39, for 
iredge vessels, is showu under " Public Works," on page 359 of the Public Accounts. The vote was 
iken under " Canals." 

Revenue from Canals and Hydraulic Rents $371,304 46 

I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
!s correct. 

Examined, J. L. McDOUGALL, 

J. B. Lynch. Auditor-GeneraL 



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ONTARIO:— 

1 Mail Service: — 

By Grand Trunk Railway and Great Western 
Railway — 

Grant $111,000 00 

do 72,000 00 

Other railways 

Steamboat and sailing craft 

Ordinary land conveyance 

Mail bags, mail locks, &c , 



Salaries : — 

Inspector's Division: — 
Chief Inspector : — 

1 Chief Inspector 

1 Assistant Inspector. 
1 First-class Clerk ... 



Toronto Division : — 

1 Inspector - 

1 Assistant Inspector .. 

1 First-class Clerk 

4 Second-class Clerks .. 

1 Third-class Clerk 

1 Messenger 

Railway Mail Clerks — 

11 First-class 

21 Second-class 

8 Third-class 



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1 Assistant Inspector.... 

1 First-class Clerk 

5 Third-class Clerks 

1 Messenger 

Railway Mail Clerks — 

11 First-class 

17 Second-class 

8 Third-class 

1 Porter 



Bariie Division: — 
1 Inspector 

1 Assistant Inspector . 

1 First-class Clerk 

2 Second-class Clerks. 
2 Thfrd-class Clerks... 
1 Messenger , 



Railway Mail Clerks — 

1 Chief Railway Mail Clerk. 

1 First-class 

12 Set ond-class 

7 Third-class 



Kingston Division : — 

1 Inspector 

1 Assistant Inspector.. 
3 Secoud-class Clerks . 

1 Third-class Clerk 

Railway Mail Clerks — 

2 Second-class 

2 Third-class 



Grant. 



Carried forward J 672 3 660 00 



$ cts. 



183,000 00 

132,000 00 

6,00) 00 

225,000 00 

15,000 00 



2,800 00 
1,300 00 
1,200 00 



2,600 00 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 
3,760 00 
800 00 
400 00 

10,560 00 

14,800 00 

3,840 00 



2,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 
3,120 00 
400 00 

10,560 00 

12,480 00 

3 840 00 

300 00 



2,200 00 
1,100 00 
1,200 00 
2,120 00 
840 00 
400 00 



1,400 00 

960 00 

8,240 00 

3,360 00 



2,400 00 

1,200 00 

3,000 00 

440 00 

1,280 00 
960 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 



194,963 32 

137,167 41 

6,590 28 

234,078 20 

10,487 79 



2,800 00 
1,300 00 
1,200 00 



2,600 00 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 
3,985 00 
893 33 
430 00 

9,563 87 

16,342 44 

4,858 70 



2,400 00 
1,400 00 
1,300 00 
3,320 00 
430 00 

7,920 CO 

12,846 67 

5,639 55 

330 00 



2,200 00 
1,100 03 
1,200 00 
2,245 00 
920 00 
430 00 



1,500 00 

960 00 

8,241 98 

3,173 33 



2,400 00 

1,200 00 

3,165 00 

500 00 

1,280 00 
503 34 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



696,585 21 ! 



$ cts. 



4,512 21 



996 13 



2,640 00 



186 67 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



11,963 32 

5,167 41 

590 28 

9,078 20 



456 66 



225 00 
93 33 
30 00 



1,542 44 
1,018 70 



200 00 
30 00 



366 67 

1,799 55 

30 00 



125 00 
80 00 
30 00 



100 00 
1 98 



165 00 
60 00 



23,905 21 



122 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-4. 



Post Office. 



Brought forward. 



ONTARIO :— 

Salaries — Con tinned. 
Ottawa Division: — 

1 Inspector 

1 Assistant Inspector 

1 First-class Clerk.. 

1 Second-class Clerk 

2 Third-class Clerks 

1 Messenger 

Kailway Mail Clerks — 

7 First-class 

8 Second-class 

4 Third-class 

Additional grant for clerks, &c, Inspector's 

Offices 

i do do for Railway Mail Clerks .... 

Wight duty and mileage allowance to Railway 
Mail Clerks in Ontario — 

Grant $19,600 00 

do supplementary 4,000 00 



City Post Offices: — 
JSelleville : — 

1 Postmaster , 

1 Assistant Postmaster , 
4 Third-class Clerks ..... 



Hamilton : — 

1 Postmaster 

1 Assistant Postmaster 

1 First-class Clerk 

4 tSeoona-class Clerks. 
19 Third-class do .. 

25 Letter Carriers 

1 Messenger 



Kingston : — 

1 Postmaster — ... 

1 Assistant Postmaster. 

1 First-class Clerk 

1 Second-class Clerk.... 
8 Third-class Clerks.... 

6 Letter Carriers 

1 Messenger 



London: — 

1 Postmaster 

1 Assistant Postmaster. 

1 First-ciass Clerk , 

2 Second-class Clerks. .. 
16 Third-class do * 
21 Letter Carriers 

1 Messenger 



Ottawa : — 

1 Postmaster.... 

1 Assistant Postmaster.., 

1 First-class Clerk 

4 Second-class Clerks.... 
22 Third-claes do .... 
18 Letter Carriers .......... 

1 Messenger 

Carried forward ...... 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

672,660 00 



2,400 00 
1,000 00 



930 00 

1,420 00 

400 00 

6,680 00 
5,630 00 
1,920 00 

2,000 00 
6,000 00 



1,400 00 

800 00 

1.960 00 



2,400 00 

1,600 00 

1,200 00 

4,320 00 

10,520 00 

10,910 00 

450 00 



1,800 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,100 00 
4,160 ©0 
2,000 00 
450 00 



2,200 00 
1,600 00 
1.200 00 
2,040 00 
8,040 00 
8,490 00 
500 00 



3,000 00 
1,800 00 
1,200 00 
3,880 00 
13,960 00 
8,360 00 
450 00 



828,930 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 
696,565 21 



2,400 00 
400 0U 
510 83 
599 17 

1,684 99 
430 00 

G,340 CO 
6,231 68 
1,753 93 



22,291 77 



1,400 01 
1,100 00 
2,516 77 



2,400 00 

1,600 00 

1,200 00 

3,450 00 

12,128 53 

11,193 41 

480 00 



1,800 00 
1,400 00 
1,200 00 
1,150 00 
4,915 70 
2,278 00 
480 00 



2,200 00 
1,600 00 
1,200 00 
2,140 00 
7,703 80 
9 983 91 
530 00 



2,500 00 
1,800 00 
1,200 00 
4,109 00 
14,726 27 
8,445 04 
480 00 



848,718 02 



Expenditure 

less than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 



600 00 
380 83 



140 00 

'*' 166 1 07 

2,000 00 
6,000 00 



1,308 23 



870 00 



336 20 



500 00 



Expenditu 
more thai 
Estimated 





100 01 


1,493 9 
30 0<! 


229 0< 

766 2* 

K5 & 

30 0< 


19,788 K 



POST OFFICE. 



123 



Post Office. 



Brought forward ..... 
ONTAKIO :— 
Salaries— Continued. 
Toronto : — 

1 Postmaster ...... 

1 Assistant Postmaster.... 

6 First-class Clerks 

10 Second-class Clerks 

40 Third-class ' do 

57 LetterlCarriers 

1 Office-keeper 

7 Porters and Messengers. 

Windsor : — 
1 Postmaster 

1 Assistant Postmaster.... 
9 Third-class Clerks 

2 Porters and Messengers. 



Additional grant for Clerks, Letter Carriers, 

&c, in City Post Offices 

Ocean Mail Clerks 

Remittances to country Postmasters for 
balances of salary — 

Grant $10,000 00 

do supplementary 3,500 00 



Supplementary grant for salaries. 



Miscellaneous : — 

Rent, fuel and light, water rates, for 
Inspectors' offices , 

Travelling charges and expenses of In 
spectors and other officers on duty 

Stationery, printing and advertising- 
Grant $25,000 00 

do supplementary 8,000 00 



'0 



Postage stamps, post cards, envelopes, 
post bands, &c 

Hand stamps for postmarking, office seals, 
scales aad weights for Post Offices 

Transit postage payable to United States — 

Grant $7,500 00 

do supplementary 3,700 00 



Miscellaneous items. 



Total 

Deduct from Post Office Inspector and 
staff, Ottawa, charged to Quebec. 



Net Expenditure * 

Expenditure more thaa voted 

Paid by Postmasters from their revenue 
collections and not charged against 
grants 

Making and repairing mail-bags and locks 

Salaries to country Postmasters 

Miscellaneous items 

Rent, fuel and light, country Post Offices.. 

Discount to stamp vendors 

Travelling expenses 

Tradesmen's bills 

Stationery, printing and advertising 

Fuel andlight 

Miscellaneous disbursements 



Grant. 



$ cts, 
828,930 00 



3,000 00 

2,000 CO 

7,600 00 

10,240 00 

21,680 00 

24,190 00 

500 00 



1,100 00 
750 00 

4,520 00 
560 00 



7,500 00 
4,000 00 



13,500 00 
1,000 00 



8,000 00 
9,000 00 

33,000 00 

25,000 00 

3,000 00 



11,200 00 
20,000 00 



1,042,770 00 



Expenditure 



TotalExpenditure for Ontario. 



5 25 

283,999 13 
20,654 99 
22,554 96 
16,435 85 

1 00 
14 65 

2 30 
16 85 

3,477 97 



$ cts. 
848,718 02 



3,000 00 

2,000 00 

5,800 00 

9,434 43 

25,206 86 

27,279 10 

430 00 

1,779 82 



1,200 00 
904 16 

6,210 96 
695 00 



4,519 61 



13,404 84 



8,724 23 



44,009 75 
2,873 16 



19,342 24 



1,030,316 62 
2,530 06 



1,057,786 56 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



347,162 95 



1,404,949 51 



$ cts. 



1,800 00 
805 57 



70 00 
720 18 



95 16 

1,000 00 



275 77 



6,342 21 



126 84 



11,200 00 
657 76 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 
19,788 02 



3,526 86 
3,C89 10 



100 00 

154 16 

1,690 96 

135 00 



519 61 



126 65 



19,009 75 



17,546 62 
2,530 06 

15,016 56 



124 APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 3 


L883-4. 




i 


Post Office. 


Grant. 

$ cts. 

74,000 00 
40,000 00 
48,000 00 

14,700 00 

130,000 00 

5,000 00 

2,600 00 
1,200 00 
2,000 00 
2,080 00 
500 00 

1,400 00 

7,680 00 

20,560 00 

3,360 00 

2,400 00 

1,200 CO 

2,000 00 

760 00 

400 CO 

4,800 00 

12,440 00 

1.440 00 

400 00 

2,000 00 

1,020 00 

440 00 

300 00 

480 00 

14,800 00 

4,000 00 

2,000 00 

9,200 00 

15,720 00 

25,280 00 

26,720 00 

2,663 00 

2,000 00 
1,400 00 
4,320 00 
10,220 00 
7,280 00 
1,560 00 

2,500 00 


Expenditure 


Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 


Expenditure) 
more than* 
Estimated. 


QUEBEC :— 

Mail Service: — 

Grand Trunk Railway 


% cts. 

69,185 07 
37,117 50 
44,230 61 

17,303 47 

131,355 92 

5,692 10 

2,600 00 
1,200 00 
1,150 00 
2,707 50 
530 00 

1,500 00 

7,879 49 

19,023 67 

3,998 93 

2,400 00 
1,200 00 
2,125 00 
1,384 77 
430 00 

4,800 00 

12,843 32 

866 66 

430 00 

2,000 00 

1,020 00 

510 00 


% Ct3. 

4,814 93 
2,882 50 
3,769 39 


$ cU. 

2,603 47 1 

1,355 92 

692 10 

627 50 
30 00 

100 00 
199 49 

638 93 

125 00 
€24 77 
30 00) 

403 32 

30 00 

70 oa 

4,000 71 
1,882 83 

123 85 
1,678 43 


Intercolonial Railway 


Other Railways- 


Steamboat and sailing craft- 
Grant $8,000 00 

do supplementary 6,700 00 

Ordinary land conveyance , 

Mail bags, mail locks 


Salaries :— 

Inspector's Division: — 
Montreal Division : — 

1 Inspector •> 


850 00 


1 Assistant Inspector , 


2 Second-class Clerks 


3 Third-class do 


1 Messenger 




Railway Mail Clerks — 
1 Chief 




8 First-class 




29 Second-class » 


1,536 33 


7 Third-class ....* 

Quebec Division: — 

I Assistant Inspector 


2 Second-class Clerks 

1 Third-class Clerk 


1 Messenger 4 

Railway Mail Clerks — 
5 First-class 






17 Second-class 


3 Third-class 


573 34 


1 Porter 


Three Rivers Division : — 
1 Inspector 




1 Assistant Inspector 


1 Third-class Clerk 




300 00 

386 63 

1,100 00 
152 00 


Railway Mail Clerks— 

1 Third-class 


480 00 

14,413 37 

4,000 00 

2,000 00 

8,100 00 

15,568 00 

29,280 71 

28,602 83 

2,298 01 

2 123 65 
1,400 00 
3,370 00 
9,726 43 
8,958 43 
1,290 00 

1,680 39 


Night duty and mileage allowance — 

Grant $13,000 00 

do supplementary 1,800 00 


City Post Offices: — 
Montreal : — 

1 Postmaster >. 


1 Assistant Postmaster .... 

7 First-class Clerks 

15 Second-class do 


41 Third-class do . 






5 Porters and Messengers , 


364 99 




1 Assistant Postmaster 


950 00 
493 57 

''"iVo oo" 

819 61 


4 Second-class Clerks r 

17 Third-class do 




Ocean Mail Clerks 


Carried forward 


512,823 00 


508,775 83 


4,047 17 





POST OFFICE. 



125 



Post Office, 



Brought forward. 



tCEBEC: 

Salaries— Continued 
Remittances to Postmasters for balances of 
salary — 

Grant $2,000 00 

do supplementary 1,000 00 



Add proportion of salaries of Post Office In 

spector, Ottawa, and staff... 

Additional grant for Clerks and Letter Carriers 

Miscellaneous : — 

Rent, fuel, light, water rates, for City and 
Inspectors' Offices 

Travelling charges and expenses of Inspec- 
tors and other officers on duty 

Stationery, printing and advertising — 

Grant $10,000 00 

do supplementary 3,500 00 



Manufacture of postage stamps, post cards, 
envelopes, post bands, &c 

Hand stamps for marking, office seals and 
scales and weights for Post Offices 

Transit postage payable to United States- 
Grant.... $3,C00 00 

do supplementary 1,200*00 



Miscellaneous items. 



Total Grant 



Paid by cheques fromParliamentary grants 
Expenditure less than vote 



Paid by Postmasters from their revenue 
collections, and not charged against 
grants 



Mail bags and mail locks 

Salaries to country Postmasters 

Miscellaneous items 

Rent, fuel and light 

Discount to stamp vendors 

Miscellaneous disbursements 



Total expenditure for Quebec. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 
512,823 00 



3,000 00 



2,000 00 

6,000 00 
4,000 00 

13,500 00 

12,000 00 

1,000 00 



4,200 00 
6,000 00 



564,523 00 



5 80 

96,092 94 

7,799 99 

3,973 68 

7,179 60 

345 31 



Expenditure 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



$ cts. 
508,775 83 



1,452 03 



7,376 74 
4,682 04 

10,391 76 

19,151 32 

1,101 35 



5,919 03 



561,380 16 



115,397 32 



676,777 48 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 
4,047 17 



1,547 97 

'iVooo'oo' 



3,108 24 



4,200 00 
80 97 



3,142 84 



$ cts. 



2,530 06 



1,376 74 
682 04 



7,151 32 
101 35 



126 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-84. 



Post Office. 



NOVA SCOTIA:— 
Mail Service:— 

Intercolonial Railway 

Other railways 

Steamboat and sailing craft 

Ordinary land conveyance 

Mail bags and mail locks 

Salaries : — 

Inspector's Division: — 

1 Inspector 

1 Assistant Inspector. 

1 Second-class Clerk 

4 Third-class Clerks 

1 Messenger 

Railwav Mail Clerks— 

1 Chief , 

8 Second-class 

11 Third-class 

City Post Officb :— Halifax. 

1 Postmaster. . .' 

1 Assistant Postmaster..., 

1 First-class Clerk 

1 Second-class Clerk 

17 Third-class Clerks 

15 Letter Carriers 

1 Messenger ,. 

Mileage and night duty allowance to Rail 
way Mail Clerks — 

Grant $2,000 00 

do supplementary 2,400 00 



Grant. 



Remittances to country Postmasters for 
balances of salaries — 

Grant $2,000 00 

do supplementary 600 00 



Supplementary Grant for salaries in general 
miscellaneous : — 

Rent, fnel and light, water rates, &c, for 
city and Inspector's offices 

Travelling charges and expenses for In 
spector and other officers on duty 

Stationery, printing and advertising — 

Grant $5,000 00 

do supplementary ,.., ... 1,000 00 



Postage stamps, post card3, envelopes, 
post band3. &c 

Hand stamrs for post marking, office 
seals and scales and weights, for Post 
Office 

Transit postage payable to United States- 
Grant $1,000 00 

do supplementary 550 00 



Miscellaneous items. 



Total Grant 

Paid by cheques from Parliamentary Grant 

Expenditure less than Vote , 

Paid by Postmasterj from their revenue 
collections and not charged against 
grants 

Salaries to Postmasters 

Miscellaneous items. ~ 

R«-nt, fuel and light. . 

Discount to stamp vendors 

Miscellaneous disbursements 



$ cts, 

25,500 00 

18,000 00 

4,000 00 

L02,000 00 

2,000 00 



2,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,100 00 
2,240 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 
5,520 00 
5,280 00 

2,400 00 
1,600 00 
1,200 00 
1,100 00 
10,720 00 
7,230 00 
480 00 



4,400 00 



2,600 00 
1,100 00 



2,500 00 
1,500 00 

6.000 00 
5,000 00 

500 00 



1,550 00 
2,000 00 

222,420 00 



Expenditure 



Expenditure 

les3 than 

Estimated. 



$ cts. 

24,010 00 

17,786 68 

1,234 52 

101,551 42 

1,917 17 



2,200 00 
1,200 00 

670 83 
2,573 34 

822 47 

1,500 00 
5,900 00 
5,234 11 

2,400 00 
1,600 00 

900 00 

1,150 00 

11,527 27 

8,086 30 

596 00 



4,245 94 



2,425 94 



Total Expenditure for Nova Scotia...- 



55,303 58 

3,742 33 

3,325 00 

1,357 03 

110 00 



704 72 
1,367 85 

4,037 72 
5,881 23 

563 35 



1,364 33 



213,451 19 



63,837 94 



277,289 13 



$ cts. 

1,490 00 
213 32 

2,765 48 

448 58 

82 83 



429 17 



45 89 



300 00 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



154 06 



174 06 
1,100 00 

1,795 28 
132 15 



1,962 28 



1,550 00 
635 67 



8,963 81 



POST OFFICE. 



12T 



Post Office. 



EW BRUNSWICK: — 
Mail Service: — 

Intercolonial Railway 

Other railways 

Steamboat and sailing craft, 
Ordinary land conveyance... 
Mail bags and mail locks 



Salarif s : — 

New Brunswick Inspector* & Division : — 
I Inspector 

1 First-class Clerk . 

2 Second-class Clerks 

2 Third-class Clerks „ 

1 Messenger 

Railway Mad Clerks : — 

1 First-class , , 

13 Second-class « .. 

8 Third-class 

3ity Posr Offices: — 
Fredericton : — 

1 Postmaster..... 

1 Second-class Clerk. 

2 Third class Clerks 

1 Letter Carrier , 

S'. John: — 
1 Postmaster 

1 Assistant Postmaster 

2 First-class Clerks .. .. 

6 Second class Clerks 

10 Third-class Clerks 

12 Letter Carriers 

1 Messenger and Office Keeper 

Additional grant for post offices 

Mileage and night duty allowance to Rail- 
way Mail Clerks — 

Grant $4,000 00 

do supplementary 2,600 00 



Remittances to country Post- 
masters — 

Grant 2,500 00 

do supplementary 500 00 



Supplementary grant for salaries 
in general 



isccilaneous : — 

Rent, fuel and light, water rates, &c , for city 
and Inspector's office . 

Travelling charges, expenses of Inspectors and 
officers on duty 

Stationery, printing and advertising — 

Grant $4,000 00 

do supplementary 1,000 00 



Postage stamps, post cards, envelopes, post 
bands, &c 

Hand stamps for Postmasters, office seals, 
scales and weights for post offices 

Transit postage payable to United States- 
Grant $800 00 

do supplementary , 650 00 

Miscellaneous items 



Total grant 

Carried forward 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

45,000 00 
20,000 00 

8,000 00 
45,000 00 

1,000 00 



2,200 00 
1,400 00 
2,270 00 
1,400 00 
460 00 

960 00 
9,520 00 
4,060 00 



1,400 00 

1,100 00 

1,240 00 

410 00 

2,400 00 
1,500 00 
2,400 00 
5,800 00 
6,480 00 
5,440 00 
400 00 
2,500 00 



6,600 CO 

3,000 00 
1,600 00 

3,000 00 
1,000 00 

5,000 00 

4,000 00 

500 00 



1,450 00 

2,000 00 

200,490 00 



Expenditure 



;0V190 00 



$ cts. 

42,140 00 
21,041 24 

7,138 46 
48,252 24 

1,917 65 



2,200 00 
2,650 00 
1,070 00 
1,182 80 
490 00 

959 00 

10,053 33 

3,820 97 



1,400 00 

1,150 00 

1,637 42 

440 00 

2,400 00 
1,500 00 
2,400 00 
6,100 00 
8,047 79 
6,833 77 
430 00 



6,516 09 



3,289 02 



914 22 

4,488 91 
5,257 26 

541 55 



2,386 21 



200,980 76 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



$ cts. 
2,860 00 



861 54 



1,200 00 
217 20 



1 00 

239 03 



2,500 00 



83 91 



1,600 00 

672 17 
85 78 

511 09 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



1,450 00 



$ cts. 



!,C41 24 

3,252 24 
917 65 



1,250 00 

30 00 

533 33 



50 00 

297 42 

30 00 



300 00 

1,567 79 

1,398 77 

30 00 



289 02 



1,257 26 
41 55 



386 21 



490 76 



128 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883 84 



Post Office. 



Brought forward. 



Miscellaneous — Concluded — 

Paid by cheques from Parliamentary^grants... 
Add — Additional and supplementary grants 

for salaries 

Expenditure more than voted 

Paid by Postmasters from their revenue col- 
lections and not charged against grants .... 

Salaries to Postmasters -... 

Miscellaneous items 

Bent, fuel and light 

Discount to stamp vendors 

Miscellaneous disbursements 



Total Expenditure for New Brunswick. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 
200,490 00 



37,410 40 

3,194 50 

1,840 00 

1,315 99 

135 79 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 
200,980 76 



200,980 76 



43,896 68 



244,877 44 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



$ cts, 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ ctsj 
490 76 



490 76 



POST OFFICE. 



129 



Post Office. 



IIANITOBA:— 

31 ail Service: — 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Ordinary land conveyance 

Mail bags and mail locks 

Salaries ; — 
Inspector's Division:— 

1 Inspector 

1 Assistant Inspector 

1 Second-class Clerk 

1 Third-class Clerk 

1 Porter..... 

1 Chief Railway Mail Clerk 

11 Third-class Clerks 

City Post Office, Winnipeg:— 

1 Postmaster..- 

6 Second-class Clerks 

16 Third-class Clerks 

7 Letter Carriers..... 

1 Messenger 

Sundries 

Provisional allowance of 40 per cent on 

ordinary salaries, to meet the exception 
ally increased cost of living in Manitoba. 
Night duty and mileage allowance to Rail 
way Mail Clerks- 
Grant $1,000 00 

do supplementary 5,000 00 



Grant. 



$ cts, 

30,000 00 

65,000 00 

2,000 00 



2,000 00 

1,000 00 

900 00 

600 00 



Expenditure 



1,000 00 
5,280 00 

2,200 00 
5,760 00 
9,080 00 
2,800 00 
500 00 



Remittances to country Postmasters for 
balances of salary — 

Grant..... $ 500 00 

do supplementary 2,500 00 

Supplementary Grant for salaries in general 
Miscellaneous : — 

Rent, fuel and light, water rates, &c, for 

city and Inspectors' offices. 

Travelling charges and expenses of Inspec- 
tors and other officers on duty 

Stationery, printing and advertising — 

Grant $3,000 00 

do supplementary 1,000 00 

Postage stamps, post cards, envelopes, 
post bands, &c 

Hand stamps for post marking, office seals, 
scales an<i weights for Post Offices 

Transit postage payable to United States — 

Grant $500 00 

do supplementary 700 00 



Miscellaneous items. 



Total Grant 

Paid by cheques from Parliamentary Grants 

Expenditure less than Vote 

Paid by Postmaster-* from their revenue 
collections, and not charged against 
grants 

Salaries to country Postmasters 

Miscellaneous items 

Rent, fuel and light 

Discount to stamp vendors 

Tradesmen's bills 

Stationery, printing and advertising 

Fuel and light 

Miscellaneous disbursements 



Total Expenditure for Manitoba 



12,000 00 



6,000 00 



3,000 00 
2,500 00 



1,500 00 
1,500 00 

4,000 00 

3,000 00 

500 00 



1,200 00 
1,600 00 



164,820 00 



$ cts. 

30,133 64 

69,961 54 

852 70 



2,000 00 
653 33 
1,187 50 
1,616 67 
382 00 
1,200 00 
6,622 25 

2,200 00 

4,690 06 

13,415 26 

3,621 05 

530 00 

57 00 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



$ cts 



4,337 26 



3,061 00 



1,860 05 

2,696 67 

1,821 25 

8 10 

1 30 

18 50 

276 60 



985 19 
808 07 

3,461 23 

5,544 40 

714 77 



1,942 79 



5,038 46 
1,147 30 



316 67 



1,069 94 



1,541 65 



1,662 74 



2,500 CO 

614 81 
691 93 

538 77 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



1,200 00 



160,436 06 



32,078 52 



192,514 58 



4,383 94 



$ cts. 
133 64 



287 50 

1,016 67 

382 00 

200 00 

1,342 25 



4,335 26 

821 05 

30 00 

57 00 



61 00 



2,544 40 
214 77 



442 79 



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130 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-84. 



Pout Office. 



BRITISH COLUMBIA. 
Mail Service:— 

Steamboat and sailing craft. 
Ordinary land conveyance . 
Mail bags and mail locks 



Salaries : — 

1 Inspector, also Postmaster, Victoria... 

1 Assistant Inspector. 

1 Second-class Clerk 

4 Third do 

1 Messenger 

1 Railway Mail Clerk .... 

Remittances of balances of salary to 
masters — 

Grant $500 00 

do supplementary 100 00 



Post- 



25 per cent, provisional allowance, Inspector's 
office 

25 per cent, provisional allowance on salaries 
over $900, Victoria Post Office 

40 per cent, provisional allowance on salaries 
under $900, Victoria Post Office 



Miscellaneous : — 

Rent, fuel and light, water rates, &c. 

Travelling charges 

Stationery, printing, advertising.... 



Postage stamps, Ac 



Hand stamps for post marking, office seals, 

scales and weights 

Transit postage to United States- 
Grant $200 00 

do supplementary 100 00 



Miscellaneous , 



Total Grant 

Paid by cheques from Pari amentary Grant 



Expenditure leps than vote 

Paid by Postmasters from their Revenue 
collections and not charged against 
grant 

Salaries to country Postmasters 

Miscellaneous disbursements 

Rent, fuel and light 

Discount to etamp vendors 

Tradesmen's bills 

Rents and taxes 

Stationery, printing, advertising 

Fuel and light 



Total expenditure for British Columbia. 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

25,000 00 

32,000 00 

500 00 



2,400 00 
1,200 00 
2,000 00 
2,160 00 
400 00 
480 00 



600 00 
900 00 
287 50 
560 00 



600 00 

400 00 

1,000 00 

1,200 00 

100 00 



300 00 
300 00 



72,387 50 



5,742 12 

644 75 

180 00 

478 20 

24 64 

87 50 

9 50 

45 13 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

24,075 00 

31,984 66 

60 75 



2,400 00 
1,200 00 
1, 150 00 
2,238 70 
180 00 


850 00 


220 00 
480 00 



569 54 
515 62 
287 50 
731 87 



222 90 
319 75 
740 92 
931 54 

87 76 



242 10 



67,958 61 



Expenditure 

less than 

Estimated. 



7,211 84 



75,170 45 



$ cts. 

925 Oi) 

15 34 

449 25 



30 46 
364 38 



377 10 

80 25 

259 08 

238 46 

12 24 



300 00 
67 90 



4,428 89 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions an- 
is correct. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Audi tor- General. 
Examined, 

L. A. Bis.-onnetie. 



11 



POST OFFICE. 



131 



Post Office. 



RINCE EDWARD ISLAND:— 

;Mail Service: — 

Prince Edward Island Railway ., 

Steamboat and sailing craft 

Ordinary land conveyance 

Mail bags, mail locks 



Salaries : — 

Chablottbtown :— 
1 Postmaster, also Assistant Postmaster... 

1 Second-class Clerk 

7 Third-class do 

2 Railway Mail Clerks, second-class-- 

Mileage to Railway Mail Clerks 

Remittances to country Postmasters for 

balances of salary — 

Grant $160 00 

do supplementary........ 100 00 



Miscellaneous :— 

Rsnt. fuel and light, water rates, &c , for 

city and Inspectors' office 

Travelling charges , 

Stationery, printing, advertising 

Postage stamps, post cards, &c 

Hand stamps for post-marking, office seals, 

scales and weights 

Transit postage to United States — 

Grant $200 00 

do supplementary 100 00 



Miscellaneous items. 



Total Grant 

Paid by cheques from Parliamentary Grant 

Expenditure more than voted 

Paid by Postmasters from their revenue 
collections and not charged against 
grant 

Salaries to country Postmasters 

Miscellaneous - 

Rent, fuel and light... 

Discount to stamp vendors 



Total Expenditure for Prince Edward 
Island 



Grant. 



$ cts. 

9,000 00 

13,000 00 

14,000 00 

600 00 



1,900 00 

900 00 

4,680 00 

1,360 00 

200 00 



260 00 



1,000 00 
100 00 
500 00 

1,000 00 

100 00 



300 00 
800 00 



49,600 00 



Expenditure 



7,417 14 
999 99 
120 00 
300 15 



% cts. 

13,722 00 

13,336 00 

11,288 56 

428 05 



1,900 00 

975 00 

4,396 67 

1,350 00 

219 40 



280 36 



296 46 

100 40 

580 03 

1,031 96 

121 05 



945 99 



50,971 93 



8,837 28 



59,809 21 



Expenditure 

less than 
Estimated, 



$ cts, 



2,711 44 
71 95 



283 33 
10 00 



703 54 



300 00 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ cts. 

4,722 00 
336 00 



75 00 

19 40 

20 36 



40 
80 03 
31 96 

21 05 



145 £9 



1,371 93 






I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
correct. 

J. L. McDOUOALL, 
Examined, Auditor- General. 

L. A. BlSSONNETTE. 



5— 9£a 



132 



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Dominion Lands-Income. 



tside Service:— 

Land Board at Winnipeg — 

Commissioner's salary 

Secretary's salary 

Assistants 

Inspector of Agencies, salary 

do travelling ex- 
penses 

Contingencies of Land Board Office 

Messenger to Land Board 

Janitor do ........ 

Inspector of Colonization Societies 
Townships 

Assistant to Colonization Societies 
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Contingencies and travelling ex 
penses of Colonization Societies 
Inspector 

Crown Land Agencies — 

Crown Land Agent, Winnipeg , 

Assistant do do 

Local Dominion Land Agents 

Assistants 

1 Messenger 

Contingencies, including office 

rent, fuel, etc ... 

Homestead Inspectors, salaries 

Travelling expenses of Homestead 

Inspectors 



Crown Timber Agencies — 

Superintendent of Mines 

Crown Timber, Agent, Winnipeg... 

Book-keeper, Winnipeg 

Clerk and 3 Timber Inspectors 

Crown Timber Agent, Edmonton. 

Clerk, Edmonton 

2 Crown Timber Agents, at $1,200. 

Agents at Prince Albert and Cal- 
gary 

Contingencies, including Forest 
Rangers 

Enquiry into methods of protecting 
public forests 

Preparation of mining regulations. 

Stationery and printing for Out- 
side Service .... 

Board of Examiners of Dominion 
Land Surveyors 

Contingencies paid at Head Office 
for Outside Service 

Law costs ..... 

Pish Creek Farm, expenses 

Compensation.. 

Commission on sales by auctioneer. 

Trustees of town sites in North- 
west Territory 

Packer at Head Office, Ottawa 



Carried forward 



Grant. 



$ cts 

5,000 00 
2,000 00 
3,816 00 
3,200 00 

1,200 00 

4,880 00 

350 00 



3,0C0 00 



1,000 00 



2,400 00 

1,200 00 

14,400 00 

16,078 00 

350 00 

12,000 00 



1,600 00 
1,200 00 



1,200 00 
2,40oTo 



6,500 00 



4,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



89,774 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts, 

5,000 00 
2,000 00 
8,116 47 
3,200 00 

901 30 

2,503 81 

291 60 

448 39 

3,000 00 

132 00 



700 00 



2,400 00 

1,200 00 

10,410 00 

12,230 99 



9,^523 42 

4,433 43 

6, COO 00 



412 90 
1,600 00 


372 
372 


1,398 00 

1,200 00 

326 00 


372 
372 
372 



2,400 00 

9,504 63 

3,125 25 
610 00 



449 35 

1,336 60 

2,679 55 

180 78 

250 00 

1,500 00 

2,500 00 
60 00 



107,384 54 



368 
368 
368 
368 

373 
373 
368 

368 

368 
368 



373 



369 
369 



376 
371 

376 



372 

372 

378 
378 

379 
379 

379 

379 
379 
380 
380 

380 
372 



380 



Expenditure 
less than 
Estimated. 



$ cts 



130 16 



550 65 



Expenditure 
more than 
Estimated. 



$ •cts. 



1,847 57 



7,676 78 



1,260 07 



336 60 



7,170 33 



17,610 54 



I certify that this account has been examined under my directions and 
i correct. 

Examined, J. L. McDOUG-ALL, 

F. Hayter. Auditor General. 



134 








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135 


Balances of Appropriations of the Year 1883-4, including items oyer* 
expended or otherwise unprovided. 


Balances. 


Unprovided. 


Carried 

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1884-85. 


Lapsed. 




$ cts. 
*7,625 71 


$ Ct3. 


$ Ct3> 


Civil Government- 


1,358 40 

2,786 08 

74 97 








do Justice « 






do do Penitentiaries Branch 

do Militia 






204 20 
2,764 05 
3,436 92 


do Secretary ot State 












10,275 78 

4,277 36 

511 52" 


do Indian Affairs 






Office of the Auditor-General. 






Department of Finance and Treasury Board •*. 






2,290 81 
1,744 16 
1,712 15 


do Inland Revenue.... 






do Customs 






do Post Office 






8,931 19- 
5,324 27 


do Agriculture 






do Marine and Fisheries ........ 






3,225 00 


do Public Works 






5,170 65 
362 65 


do Railways and Canals 






Departmental Contingencies 


*25,172 10 






Stationery 


7,000 00 


New appointments, &c 






5,000 00 


High Commissioner, Contingencies 


350 00 






Finance and Post Office Departments 


72 3 1 


Board of Civil Service Examiners 






1,747 26 


Jnstice 

■ Appeal— Russell vs. Woodward 






411 14 


Dominion Police 

Penitentiaries— 


*1,124 49 




15,489 10 


St Vincent de Paul 






381 57 


Dorchester , 






80 60 


Manitoba •• 


*3,175 93 










Legislation- 
Senate — Salaries and Contingencies • 


6,218 43 


Commons salaries and contingencies 


896 00 
' 4 00 




Sessional indemnity to F. Houde, M.P „ 

Library (books) 


896 00 


Books for Library Exchanges 


230 00 


Library, staff and contingencies 






3,438 52 


Printing, binding, &c, the Laws....„ 






94 05 


Parliamentary printing , 






11,179 80 


Clerk of the Crown in Chancery 






1,022 79 


Miscellaneous printing 




585 84 


Law books, Supreme Court , 






Returning Officers' extra claims 




631 88 


Geological Survey , 




1,500 00 

393 23 
374 37 




Observatory — New Brunswick 






do Toronto 






do Meteorological . .„.. 


2,160 73 




Arts, Agriculture and Statistics- 
Public Archives 




Patent Record 

Criminal Statistics 


70 30 




Health do 




600 14 


Agricultural, &c., Statistics, Manitoba and N.-W. T 


• 


37,160 00 


Census ... 




19,065 36 


43,547 28 


Emigration .'......'. .''.' „.....'....., 






1 Quarantine 


6,040 07 


6,033 40 










196,270 36 



136 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-S4. 



Balances of Appropriations of the Year 1883-4, &c. — Continued. 



Balances. 



Brought fcrward, 



Marine Hospitals — 

Marine and Emigrant Hospital, Quebec 

Marine Hospitals generally 

Shipwrecked and Distressed Seamen 

Pensions — 

New Militia Pensions , 

Veterans of 1812 

Compensation to Pensioners in lieu of land 

Mounted Police 

Militia- 
Military Staff 

Brigade Majors 

Ammunition $20,955 17 

Clothing 28,280 33 



Unprovided. 



$ cts. 
51,243 51 



Carried 

Forward to 

1881-5. 



$ cts. 
49,399 22 



9 66 
7,832 32 



$49,235 50 
Military Stores 21,557 98 



Public Armories 

Drill Pay, &c $17,869 59 

Drill Instruction , 5,739 14 



Contingencies, &c 

Drill Sheis and Rifle Ranges ,. 

Military Properties 

Military College 

Military Schools, &c , .... 

"A" and " B " Batteries 

Artillery, Cavalry and Infantry Schools 

Gold Medals to winners "Kolapore Cup" 

Guard at Rideau Hall 

Intercolonial Railway — 

Increased Accommodation at St. John 

Halifax Extension 

Dartmouth Branch 

Dalhousie do , . 

Riviere du Loup Town Branch 

do Branch, repairs 

St. Charles Branch and Ferry 

do shunting and station yard 

Construction Account 

Miscellaneous Works 

Rolling Stock 

Railway Commission 

Halifax Street Railway, legal expenses 

Awards by Railway Commissioners 

Indian Town Branch 

Land Damages, &c , 

T. Bentley, for land .. 



27,677 52 



12,130 45 



214 00 



B. Walsh, damage to property. 



Western Counties Railway, legal expenses. 

Superannuation refunds 

Prince Edward Island Railway — 

Cape Traverse Branch 

Rolling Stock „ 

Pacific Railway — 

Prince Arthur's Landing to Red River 

British Columbia. , 

Station Accommodation 

Subsidy to Canadian Pacific Railway Co... 



5,942 84 



772 12 
*9,*200'91 
24,967 "24 



2,025 49 



*308,433 02 
384 00 



Carried forward 380,373 31 



62,318 00 

95,529 23 

25,842 24 

33,251 65 

171 44 

183,781 45 

18,466 50 

4,611 25 

5,902 50 

27,183 81 

200 00 



67,970 06 
8,297 00 

135,114 98 

140,162 94 

20,746 11 

861,176 13 



Lapsed. 



$ cts. 
196,270 36 



279 40 

7,147 50 

1,250 99 

16 34 

1,208 37 
3,137 25 



105 73 



13 35 

105 42 

3,735 20 
966 10 

250 00 
1,624 23 



1,803,429 68 3,662,858 



66,218 92 
1,000,000 00 

16,850 OC 
2,351,539 0C 



BALANCES. 



137 



Balances of Appropriations of the Year 1883-4, &c. — Continued. 



Balances. 



Brought forward 



Pacific Bailway— Continued. 

West of Red Kiver 

Fort Francis Lock 

Inspecting Engineers, &c 

Patent Flanger, use of . , 

Georgian Bay Branch 

Sifton & Ward, claims of 

Survey .. . 

Pembina Branch 

Canals— Capital — 

Lachine 

St. Lawrence 

Cornwall 

Williamsburg 

Murray.. M „, 

Welland 

St Anne's 

Carillon 

Grenville 

Culbute 

Trent 

Tay 

St. Peter's 

Miscellaneous 

Public Buildings, Ottawa— Capital— 

Wellington Street building 

Grounds, Mr. Vaux 

Telegraph Lines— Capital 

Dominion Lands - Capital 

Railways and Canals— Consolidated Fund- 
Railway Surveys, &c , 

do Statistics 

High bridge at Emerson , 

Lachine Canal, dredging, &c. , 



Beauharnois Canal do 
Burlington Bay do do 
Chambly do do 

Cornwall do do 

Rideau do do 

Welland do do 

St. Ours Lock 

Trent Survey , 

Arbitrations 
Miscellaneous works 
Surveys and inspections 






Public Works— Consolidated Fund- 

Public Buildings, Ontario — 

Amherstburg Post Office, &c 

Barrie do 

Belleville Examining Warehouse 

do Post Office, 

Berlin do 

Brockville do 



Chatham 


do 


Clifton 


do 


Cobourg 


do 


Cornwall 


do 


Gananoque 


do 



$ cts. 



1,939 23 



4,315 33 



6,752 14 



Carried forward 445,030 39 2,002,050 02 



Unprovided. 



% cts. 
380,373 31 



496 75 

2,623 00 

957 86 



785 21 
'6,044 02 



424 89 



31 05 
*38,6S2 63 



*14,500 00 
* *i31 67 



Carried 

forward to 

1884-5. 



% cts. 
1,803,429 68 



300 00 

150 99 

17,400 00 



33,309 52 
103,211 10 



8,028 60 
10,000 00 



1,401 07 
256 50 



6,729 02 
2,130 46 



745 90 

402 45 

3,840 51 

1.801 43 

8,912 79 



Lapsed. 



% cts. 
3,662,358 C8 



1,252 17 



341,540 59 

68,336 25 

174,000 00 

76,396 86 

238.922 65 

268,752 74 

145,993 75 

79,161 44 

73,302 67 

3,556 98 

128,588 93 

32,290 08 

4,500 00 

10,000 00 

175,395 83 
500 00 



7,285 85 

1,200 00 

5,000 00 

161 66 



20,000 00 
8,711 95 
5,020 97 



8,986 32 

13,744 71 

438 98 

7,970 84 

15,980 00 

11,290 58 

196 59 

942 10 

1,868 70 

8,657 24 

487 42 



5,603,292 93 



133 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-S4. 



Balances of Appropriations of the Year 1883-84, &c. — Continued. 


Balances, 


— 


Unprovidud 

$ cts. 
445,030 39 


Carried 

forward to 

1884-5. 


Lapsed. 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
2,002,050 02 


$ cts. 
5,603,292 93 

7,825 95 
35,000 00 

770 00 

• 1,485 51 ! 

6 000 00 

15,000 00 

481 71 

1 00 

01 

1 10 
19,379 22 

7,928 00 
525 52 

793 63! 

600 00 ! 

3,000 00 
1,089 88 


Public Works— Consolidated Fund— Com. 

Public Buildings Ontario — Continued. 

Gait do 




Hamilton do 

Kingston Penitentiary 


6,651 35 
3,707 58 






do Post Office 


Ontario Cattle Quarantine 

OraDgeville Post Office 








Peterboro' do 

Port Hope do 

Parliament Buildings — Ventilation 








do Galleries 








do Water works, &c. . 








St. Thomas Post Office 








St. Catharines do 


22 93 






Toronto Drill Shed 


do Examining Warehouse 








do Dominion Buildings 


168 52 






Sarnia Immigrant Buildings 


LESS-Over expended on other buildings— 

1882-3 $9,107 69 

1883-4 4,356 04 


23,557 08 

13,463 73 

* 1,748* 6*8 




10,093 35 




Public Buildings, Quebec : — 

Bury Drill Shed 




Chicoutimi Marine Hospital 




Grosse Isle Quarantine M 

Hull Post Office 


Levis Immigrant Buildings 

Montreal Drill Shed 


"i 5, 5*95 87' 




27,353 10 1 




15,000 00 ( 
566 37 


do Custom House 









do Inland Revenue 


""16**42 49 






2,505 80 I 


do Post Office 


617 33 I 


Quebec Citadel.... 

do Cartridge Factory 


2,579 49 






62 95 


do Cliff 








848 60 










70 18 


do Drill Shed, &c 


12,657 29 






15,000 00 


do Dufferin Terrace 






49D 95 


do Examining Warehouse. 








11,180 87 


Sherbrooke Post Office.. 

St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary 


"*17,*542**78" 
3,697 39 






9,044 65 


Sorel Public Buildings 


6,000 OOiii 








Less — Over-expended on other buildings — 

1882-3 $7,342 53 

1883-4 3,655 30 


70,763 93 
10,997 83 












Public Buildings, Nova Scotia :— 

Amherst Public Buildings 

Antigonish do 






9,965 48 
398 13 
125 55 










8,000 00 












Canied forward 




445,030 39 


2,071,909 47 


5,810,404 32 



BALANCES. 



132> 



Balances of Appropriations of the Yeat 1883-4, &c. — Continued. 



Balances. 


— 


Unprovided. 


Carried 

forward to 

1883-4. 


Lapsed. 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 
445,030 39 


% cts. 
2,071,909 47 


$ cts. 
5,810,404 32: 

1,294 05. 
5,000 0O 
7,232 OO 


Public Works— Consolidated Fnnd — Con. 
Public Buildings, Nova Scotia — Continued. 
Halifax Penitentiary.. 












New Glasgow Public Buildings 


5,874 85 






North Sydney Po9t Office 






22,939 0O 
575 17 


Pictou Marine Hospital 

Truro Post Office 


132 49 
5,587 72 
4,309 24 










16,900 15 


Windsor do ». 


6,389 67 


Yarmouth Post Office 


9,000 0O 


Less— Over-expended, Sydney Quarantine 


15,904 30 
2,367 CO 




13,537 30 


Public Buildings, New Brunswick: — 

Bathurst Post Office 




8,929 05- 


Carieton do 








5,274 66 


Dorchester Penitentiary 


4,500 23 
3,799 87 
4,243 70 
3,487 94 

""voi's'f 






Newcastle Post Office , 

Moncton do 


7,000 00 
16,613 61 


St. John Marine Hospital 




13,669 04 

" 5,000 00 
6,971 50 


2,103 31 


do Cattle Quarantine 

St, Stephens Poet Office 

Sussex do 

Woodstock do 


3,000 00 
11,880 D4 

8,013 17 


Less — Over-expended on other buildings— 

1882-3 $3,304 10 

1883-4 2,760 97 


19,734 11 
6,065 07 












Public Buildings, Prince Edward Island: — 

Charlottetown Marine Hospital 

do Dominion Buildings 

Montague Post Office 




527 65 
924 47 


Summerside 1 Public Buildings 






4,157 50 


Public Buildings, Manitoba : — 

Winnipeg Dominion Lands Office 






9,223 36 


do Lieut. -Governor's Residence ... 








576 1£ 


do Parliament Buildings. 


12,083 42 
20,442 71 








do Post Office 

do do old 


34,850 9S 
101 21 


do Powder Magazine 


1,161 55 
10,213 68 








Stony Mountain Penitentiary. 


2,315 52; 




41,225 59 




Less— Over expended in 1882-3 


43,901 36 
2,675 77 








Public Buildings, North- West Territories :— 

Dominion Lunatic Asylum 

Immigrant bhed, Qu'Appelle ... 

do Medicine Hat 

Public Buildings, Regina 






20,000 00 

1,913 42 

12,600 00 

12,902 5* 


New Jails, Ac 








9,724 50 


Public Buildings generally 








1,861 45 












Carried forward 




445,030 39 


2,152,312 90 


6,051,227 53 



140 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-84. 



Balances of Appropriations of the Year 1383-4, &c 


. — Continued. 


Balances. 


— 


Unprovided. 


Carried 

forward to 

1884-5. 


Lapsed. 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
445,030 39 


$ Ct9. 

2,152,312 90 


$ cts. 
6,054,227 53 


Pnblic Works— Consolidated Fund— Cora. 

Public Buildings, British Columbia : — 

Nanaimo Post Office 

New Westminster Post Office 


5,682 50 

1,382 14 

23,699 68 


do Penitententiary 


18,583 23 
7,454 00 


Vancouver Quarantine Station 












29,219 07 


Less — Over expended in 1882-3 


30,764 32 
1,545 25 








Fublie Buildings, Prince Arthur's Landing .— 
Public Buildings generally 




4,721 45 
148 63 








do repairs, heating, &c 

Harbors and Rivers, Ontario : — 

Belleville 


984 08 

11,961 60 

2,654 70 

1,897 21 

5,605 15 

542 00 

14,278 61 

10,522 38 

3,514 34 

887 77 

10,000 00 

36 50 

1,200 00 

1,792 10 

127 59 

473 55 

1 50 

8 97 

217 65 

395 90 

8,392 42 

386 48 






1,565 37 


Cobourg 

Chantry Island 




Consecon 

Goderich , 




Kincardine 

Kingsville 




Kingston 

Little Nation 




Meaford 




Midland 




Napanee 

Otonabee 




Ottawa River, Boulders 

do Hawkesbury 




Port Hope 




Portsmouth 

Port Albert, 

Peterboro' 




Sydenham 




Southampton 




General repairs 








Less — Over-expended on other harbors— 

1882-3, % 5,232 08 

1883-4 54,705 73 


75,880 50 
59,937 81 


15,942 69 
408 24 


Harbors and Rivers, Quebec : — 

Anse St. Jean 








Baie St. Paul 








11 90 


Bic 


4,773 59 






2,500 00 
406 26 


Barachois de Malbaie 






Batiscan , » 








03 










6,977 07 
193 17 


Carlton 
















61 59 










4,638 10 
3,584 34 










Lanoraie , 








4,791 85 
1 89 










New Carlisle 








12 










R45 33 


Port Daniel 






6,000 00 












Carried forward 




445,030 39 


2, '81,531 97 


6,132,762 79 



BALANCES. 



141 



Balances of Appropriations of the Year 1883-4, &c. — Continued. 



Balances. 


— 


Unprovided. 


Carried 

forward to 

1884-5. 


Lapsed. 




% cts. 


% cts. 
445,030 39 


% cts. 
2,181,531 97 


% cts. 
6,132,762 79 

5,000 00 

3,967 21 

4,000 00 

34 


Public Works— Consolidated Fund— Con. 
Harbors and Rivers, Quebec— Continued. 


3,485 00 
""4,009 15* 


Philipsburg 




















901 82 








3 71 










11 77 










567 11 


St. Jean, Isle d'Orleans 


5,939 45 
3,535 20 








Sault au Cochon 

St Jean Port Joli 


783 14 










549 21 










G 13 










2,330 88 

1,236 73 

190 32 


Yamaska. •> • 


9,544 80 








Yamaska Beacon Light 








500 00 
184 48 








20,816 01 




Less— Over-expended on other harbors— 

1882-3 $1,447 27 

1883-4 9,023 91 


31,287 19 
10,471 18 

1,815 34 
4,263 76 












1,500 00 
3,000 00 
1,502 03 



















1 79 










9 86 










53 


East Bay •••■••• 








1 08 










75 










8,750 00 
05 


















1,000 00 

2,734 73 

4,784 31 

4 11 










L'Ardoise . -••• 
















Main-a-Dieu 









544 99 
7 09 








3,000 00 
48 










Oyster Pond 


527 49 






03 










2,963 95 

5,000 00 

3 08 


Petite Riviere..... 








Pictou Island • 


• 






Port Lome 


1,012 31 
2 33 


St. Mary's River. 








South ingonish •« 








17,147 16 
2,000 00 


Westport 










*..«... M ......... 




2,202,347 98 


6,207,960 30 



142 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-84. 



Balances of Appropriations of the Year 1883-4, &c. — Continued. 



Balances. 



Brought forward. 



Public Works— Consolidated Fnnd— Co n. 

Harbors and Rivers, Nova Scnia — Continued. 

White Point 

Yarmouth 



Less— Over-expended on other harbors— 

1882-3 $ 789 58 

1883-4.... 1,315 00 



Harbors and Rivers, New Brunswick : — 

Anderson's Hollow 

Baie Verte 

Caraquet -. 

Buctouche * > 

Carleton Wharf «.... 

Grand Lake and Jemseg 

Hopewell 

Mispec 

Madawaska «. 

Miramichi « 

Robby's Point 

Rocher Bay 

Quaco 

•Sbippegan 

St. John River, Bear Island 

do Grand Falls 

St. John Harbor 



$ cts. 



Less— Over-expended on other Harbors— 

1882-3 $16 54 

1883-4 1,284 24 



Harbors and Rivers, P. E. Island : — 

Gascumpec 

Campbell's Cove 

Malpeque - 

Murray 

Miminigash , .... 

New London 

Rustico 

St. Peter'sBay 

Wood Islands 

Government of Prince Edward Island. 



Less— Over-expended on other harbors- 
1883-4 



Harbors and Rivers, Manitoba : — 

Red River ', 

General repairs 

Harbors and Rivers, N.-W. Territories : — 

Saskatchewan 

Prince Arthur's Landing 



Carried forward 



7,587 73 



2,104 58 



347 50 

500 00 
3,000 00 

939 45 

10,000 00 

5,000 00 

787 83 



Unprovided. 



$ cts 
445,030 39 



400 21 

3,000 00 

1,500 00 

425 94 

991 00 

73 

13 

2 60 

48,911 85 



75,807 24 



1,£00 78 



9,809 18 
1,166 46 

415 28 
3,250 00 
62 75 
1,336 88 
5,389 50 
4, 180 68 

122 97 



25,733 70 
137 50 



Carried 

forward to 

1884-5. 



$ cts, 
2,202,347 98 



5,483 15 



445,030 39 



Lapsed, 



$ cts. 
6,207,960 30 



2 02 
142 73 



868 50 
53,222 19 



2,263,096 61 



74,506 46 



25,596 2C 

1,133 6( 
216 OS 

176 71 
48,301 2 J 



J, 358, 035 



BALANCES. 



143 



Balances of Appropriations of the Year 1883-4, &c. — Continued. 



Balances. 



Brought forward , 



ablic Works— Consolidated Fund— Con. 
Harbors and Rivers, British Columbia :— 

Cowichan and Kootenay Rivers 

Naas M 

Stickeen •*.. 

Skeena 



Upper Fraser. 
Victoria 



General repairs. 



Lbss— Over-expended ia 1882-83 



Harbors, general repairs, Maritime Provinces. 

Harbors generally 

Dredging 

Roais and Bridges : — 



Trails, bridges, &c, N.W. Territories. 



Bridge, des Joachims 

Suspension Bridge 

Emerson do » 

Assiniboine do 

Slides and booms ... 

Land and cable telegraphs , 

Miscellaneous : — 

Miscellaneous works 

Arbitrations and awards 

Military works and buildings , 

Monument to Sir Geo. E. Cartier, 

Art gallery , 

Fort Dufferin, St. John, N.B.. 

Monument to Joseph Brant 

Furniture, High Commissioner . 

Infantry schools , 

Award, S. Piatt , 



Less — Surveys over-expended 

cean and River Service- 
Dominion steamers 

Steamer to replace the "Glendon " 

Masters and Mates, examination of 

Life-boats, rewards &c 

Wrecks, investigation into 

Registration of shipping 

"Printing Shipping List. 

Police, Montreal and Quebec 

Obstructions in navigable rivers 

Subsidies for Mail Service, $c. — 

Grand Manan and Mainland 

Canada and Brazil , 

France and Quebec , 

Liverpool and London, via Halifax 

Halifax and St. Pierre 

Prince Edward Island and Great Britain. 

Canada and Antwerp 

Canada and Germany. 



$ cts 



156 46 

176 02 

2,000 00 

1,248 88 

445 58 

211 62 

1,400 83 



5,639 39 
66 64 



3,833 95 
3,843 10 
6,150 17 
11,000 00 
1,119 85 



4,950 00 
67 



1,311 66 

32,209 40 
3,812 59 



Owen Sound, Sault Ste Marie and Thunder Bay. 



Carried forward 453,323 68 



Unprovided. 



$ cts. 
445,030 39 



143 06 



1,949 78 



Carried 

forward to 

1884-5. 



$ cts. 
5,263,096 61 



$ cts. 
6,358,035 45 



29,504 48 



14,447 81 
6,711 52 

1,569 54 



4,338 61 



800 33 
580 79 



480 72 



1,181 35 



5,385 09 
669 88 
310 73 

1,500 00 

1,157 24 



2,325,534 25 6,633,588 61 



5.572 75 
1,364 33 

22,473 39 

30 47 

2,268 87 

57 44 

30,000 00 

10,000 00 

12,905 4«* 

9,221 59 



28,396 81 
4,342 77 



1,419 32 

50,000 00 

50,000 00 

13,000 00 

500 00 

7 500 00 

6,000 00 

20,000 00 

500 00 



144 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 1883-84. 



Balance of Appropriation of the Year 1883-4 — Continued. 



Balance. 



Brought forward 



JLigbtbouse and Coast Service- 
Salaries and allowances to Lightkeepers 

Maintenance of Lighthouses 

Agencies and contingencies 

Cape Race Light 

Construction Light, Sand's Head, B.C 

do Colchester Reef. 

do generally 

Signal stations , 

Fisheries — 

Salaries of Overseers 

Fish breeding 

Legal expenses, &c 

Advertising 

Fish hatchery, British Columbia 

Services, distribution of fishing bounties 

Steamboat Inspection 

Insurance Inspection 

Indians — 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island 

British Columbia 

Manitoba and North-West Territories 

do do Industrial Schools. 

Miscellaneous — 

Canada Gazette 

Miscellaneous printing « 

Army and Navy commutation 

Unforeseen expenses ~ 

North- West Territories 

District of Keewatin - , 

Canada Temperance Act 

Consolidate i of Dominion Statutes 

Refunds of superannuation abatement 

Injuries to members of the Mounted Police 

International Fisheries Exhibition 

Survey, Lakes Huron and Superior 

Text books for Library, Department of Justice. 

Publishing decisions, British North America Act. 

Niagara Falls commission *. 

Canadian Pacific Railway commission 

Merchants Bank vs. the Queen 

Salary and contingencies of M. Fabre 

Costs in litigated matters 

Royal Society 

Gratuities to families, loss of SS. " Princess Louise" 

Burial expenses do do 

Rent allowance to H. Richardson 

Legal and other expenses, boundary question 

Hudson's Bay expedition 

Railway maps for members of the British Association 

Collection of Revenue- 
Customs m m 

Excise 

Liquor License Act 

Weights and Measures 

Inspection of Staples 

Adulteration of Food H 



Carried forward « 676,225 19 2,447,586 62 



Unprovided. 



$ cts, 
453,323 68 



338 06 



3 72 



F 211,8C9 62 



692 40 
82374 



216 93 



•4,005 00 
"" 87*00 ' 



Carried 

Forward to 

1884-85. 



$ cts, 
2,325,534 25 



2,067 51 
3,511 08 

297 81 

246 00 

4,978 41 

11,740 91 

795 83 

4,860 63 



936 34 

295 69 

106 72 



31,931 07 



3,598 72 



7,095 79 



1,198 18 
295 33 

1,762 40 
829 75 



117 25 



1,268 26 
200 00 
775 00 



29,519 31 



6,159 35 



BALANCES, 



145 



Balances of Appropriations of the Year 1883-4 — Continued. 



Balances. 



j 



Brought forward 



lection oi Revenue — Continued. 

Culling Timber , 

Post Office 

Intercolonial Railway - 

do Windsor Branch 

Prince Edward Island Railway., ~ 

Canadian Pacific Railway 

Canals, collection of tolls 

do maintenance and repairs 

Slides and Booms, collection of dues 

do maintenance and repairs 

Telegraph Lines, Prince Edward Island 

do St. Lawrence and Maritime Provinces. 

do Manitoba and North-West Territories. 

do British Columbia 

do Signal Service Generally 

Agent and Contingencies, British Columbia 

Dominion Lands ...... 

Minor Revenues 



Totals. 



Unprovided. 



$ cts. 
676,225 19 



304 25 



676,529 44 



Carried 

forward to 

1884-5. 



% cts. 
2,447,586 52 



295,447 64 

4,263 16 

16,390 06 



65,210 05 



854 33 
3,478 47 



927 73 



2,834,157 96 



Lapsed. 



$ cts. 
6,717,915 23 



17,800 49 
4,045 23 



211 14 
824 94 

1,029 99 

26,138 04 

106 68 

1,413 5T 



6,649 07 
2,392 19 

7,175 22 



6,785,701 79 



j*Special warrant of the Governor General, 41 Vic, cap. 32, sec. 2. 

t The $500 rental allowance to Hugh Richardson, shown above as " lapsed," was paid from the 
lib for North- West Government. 

JAMES PATTEKSON, 

Assistant Auditor. 



I— 10a 



146 



APPROPRIATION ACCOUNTS, 18S3-84. 



Expenditure of the Year 1883-4] 



Estimates 

under 

Statute. 



$ rts 
7,685,467 51 



62,000 00 

1,409,518 29 
222,266 6S 
576,065 00 



339,320 00 



68,270 58 
190,000 00 



6,600 00 



126,533 33 



150,000 00 

"'^ooo'bo 



3,525,000 00 
3,800 00 



1,373,306 67 



15,742,148 04 



Supply, 
1883-4. 



$ Cts 



895,079 83 
39,100 00 
15,000 00 
296,771 32 
312,024 06 
115,750 00 

68,500 00 

45,000 00 

573,387 00 

62,000 00 

35,115 00 



416/ 00 00 

953,500 00 
3,148,500 85 

119,600 00 
471,440 00 
520,825 00 

110,100 00 

22,000 00 

6,000 00 

924,^00 35 



226,773 27 

779,440 00 
294,025 02 



89,990 08 

3,000 00 

12,000 00 

67,300 00 

2,258,510 50 

2,740,000 00 

476,084 00 

195,035 09 

147,919 00 

10,000 00 



851,400 00 

188,200 00 
9,396,800 00 
3,407,500 00 

600,000 00 



31,066,211 24 



Supplement- 
ary Supply, 
1883-4. 



cts. 



19,555 52 



4,000 00 

8,448 44 

51,444 25 



800 00 



4,911 82 



1,200 00 



70,000 00 

31,044 00 

385,315 93 

50,213 69 

3,500 00 

12,000 00 

4,000 00 



9,900 00 



25,860 ©0 

16,000 00 

10,000 00 

400 00 



166 66 

58,500 00 

23,650 00 

31,221 50 

2,000 00 

5,000 00 



392,593 08 

9,916 46 

'109,716 00 

6,341 08 

52,000 00 



149,291 07 



Balances 
from 
1882-3. 



$ cts. 



411 14 



29,477 02 

31,177 58 
16,086 68 



60,439 91 
622,449 39 

1*61,545 32 
29,704 45 
22,710 31 



4,389 C5 



5,000 00 



155,832 85 
69,186 02 
23,853 51 
14,907 42 



268,228 42 

8,813 98 

6,225,500 67 

189,881 51 

37,778 70 



1,727,936 61 7,877,373 93 



Transfers. 



$ cts. 



§§7,031 04 
131,700 00 



1T7,500 00 



1 85, 250 00 



§19,174 91 



150,655 95 



Total 
Estimates. 



$ cts. 

7,685,467 51 

172,140 87 

62,000 00 

1,409,518 29 
1,136,902 01 
615,576 14 
19,000 00 
305,219 76 
702,788 31 
115,750 00 

98,777 02 

76,177 58 

591,385 50 

62,000 00 

104,585 58 

190,000 00 

486,000 00 

1,051,583 91 

4,163,297 21 

263,059 01 
631,177 78 
555,535 31 

264,100 00 
22,000 00 
10,000 00 

938,689 40 
3,525,000 00 

422,020 38 

805,300 00 

310,025 02 

10,000 00 

90,390 08 

3,000 00 

12,000 00 

67,466 66 

2,317,010 50 

2,919,482 85 

576,491 52 

220,888 60 

167,826 42 

10,000 00 

1,373,306 67 

1,512,221 50 

206,930 44 
15,817,266 67 
3,603,722 59 

689,778 70 
19,174 91 

149,291 07 



56,564,325 77 



Service. 



Interest on Public Debit, 
Charges of Management 
Premiums, Discounts ail 

Exchange J 

Sinking Funds I 

Civil Government ~..<X 

Justice • 

Dominion Police .... 

Penitentiaries 

Legislation 

Geological Survey 

Observatories 

Arts, Agriculture 

Statistics 

Census 4 

Immigration &Quarant 
Marine Hospitals .....J 

Pensions 

Superannuation ....... 

Mounted Police 

Militia ... 

Public Works and Bi 

ings 

Railways and Canab 
Ocean and River Servi 
Lighthouse and Cc 

Service 

Fisheries 

Steamboat Inspection 
Insurance Inspection 

Indians 

Subsidies to Provinces 

Miscellaneous 

Charges on Revenue- 
Customs 

Excise 

Liquor License Act 
Weights and Measur 
Inspection of Staple 
Adulteration of Foe 
Culling Timber , 

Post Office 

Railways 

Canals 

Public Works... 

Dominion Lands.... 

Minor Revenues . .« 

Redemption of Debt .. 

Intercolonial Railw; 

Capital 

P. E. I. Railway— Cai 
Pacific do <3 

Public Works and Ca 

— Capital .J 

Dominion Lands— Caj» 
Ontario & Quebec Sp( d 

Account « 

Unprovided Items, 18E 



tl t t * ^ §§ § For Notes, See next page. 



EXPENDITURE. 



14* 



Compared with the Estimates. 



Expenditure. 


Balances 

carried to 

1884-5. 


Lapsed 
Balances. 


Unprovided. 


Expenditure under 
Statute. 


Total 


Less than 
Estimated. 


More than 
Estimated. 

$ cts. 
14,713 10 


Estimates. 


$ cts. 

7,700,180 61 

179,766 58 

103,502 27 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


% cts. 

7,685,467 51 

172,140 87 

62,000 00 






7,625 71 








41,502 27 


1,350,500 00 

1,084,417 79 

615,044 90 

20,124 49 






'""25,522"l0 

72 28 

1,124 49 

7,727 83 

900 00 

2,160 73 

70 30 


59,018 29 

9,736 59 

193 38 


1,409,518 29 

1,136,902 01 

615,576 14 

19,000 00 




68,269 73 
411 14 






296 996 32 




15.951 27 

24,297 31 






305,219 76 
702,788 31 

115,750 00 


662,767 23 
115,929 92 


1,500 00 

1,980 81 

23,802 63 

3,050 42 

19,065 36 

10,687 38 


15,123 77 




38,187 55 


37,760 14 

43,547 28 

6,033 49 




903 00 


98,777 02 
76,177 58 


29,579 88 
575,326 72 
51,312 62 
95,542 72 
192,692 70 
485,983 66 
939,498 22 

2,908,851 65 
204,090 12 
469,573 24 

520,524 38 
286,700 14 




6,040 07 






594,385 50 
62,000 00 
104,585 58 
190,000 00 
436,000 00 
1,C51 ; 583 91 

4,163,297 21 
263,059 01 
631,177 78 

555>535 31 
264 100 0O 






8,677 89 




964 97 


600 00 
2,692 70 








11,145 65 

947,597 07 

47,380 43 

153,262 09 

11,711 44 






62,617 79 

313,279 94 
26,220 13 
10,204 29 

23,637 55 

13,507 59 

106 72 

31,981 07 

" 46,65999 


12,344 45 

6,431 45 

14 631 67 

1,861 84 

338 06 
4,927 76 


666 70 




















31,179 97 


21,893 28 
9,85* 54 


1*45*46 

2,364 08 

'*"47*829*79 

6,462 04 
6,407 74 




22,000 00 

10,000 00 

938,689 40 

3 525 000 00 


1,116,153 87 

3,603,714 38 

336,370 00 


211,809 62 




'""fa" 714*38 

3,013 Zi 


5,826 07 




422 020 38 


798,837 96 

303,617 28 

3,840 65 

83,523 12 

706 40 




805,300 00 

310,025 02 

10,000 00 

90,390 08 

3,000 00 

12,000 00 

67,466 66 

2,317,010 50 

2,919 482 85 

576,491 52 

220,888 60 

167,826 42 

10,000 00 

1,373,306 67 

1,512,221 50 

206,930 44 

15,817,266 67 

3,603,722 59 
689,778 70 

19,174 91 
149,291 07 


""SIISiTis 








6,866 96 

2,293 60 

245 51 

17,800 49 

4,045 23 

2U 14 

824 94 

37,729 54 
















11,754 49 




54,866 17 
2,312,965 27 








5,200 00 








2,613,508 87 
510,456 53 


316,100 86 

65,210 05 

4,332 80 

927 73 


304 25 




10,033 77 


178,826 26 








166,898 69 








2,824 78 


7,175 22 








2,226,167 46 
1,514,979 10 








852,860 79 
145,370 24 


447,258 07 

76,267 06 

1,175,051 15 

154,549 22 


12,139 92 


316,785 35 




130,663 38 




11,217,262 27 


3,435,860 09 


10,906 84 

455 94 
38,662 63 






1,628,390 64 






728,441 33 






19,174 91 










149,291 07 






















1,156,783 55 


48,722,076 31 


2,834,157 96 


6,785,701 79 


676,529 44 


85,702 70 


56,564,325 77 



JAMES PATTERSON, Assistant Auditor. 



NOTES OF PAGE 146. 

tt Balances for high bridge at Emerson, $20,000, and for railway surveys and statistics, $11,200, voted 
under Railways Capital, are here transferred to Consolidated Fund. 

f $20,500 for bridge at Emerson, and $11,200 for railway surveys and statistics, were voted under Rail- 
ways Capital and are here transferred, 

t Vote for Town of Pembroke transferred from Railways Generally. 

* See Notes t, f. 

it Erroneously voted under Fisheries, previous expenditure having been provided for under Miscel- 
laneous. 

§§ Erroneously voted under Public Works Revenue. 

§ Crown Timber Offices at Ottawa and Quebec in suspense. 



AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT-1883-4. 



PART II. 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 



5—1 



CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT. 



Service. 



CHARGE? OF MANAGEMENT. 

Inancial Inspector : — 

T. D. Tims 

iffice of Assistant Receiver-General, Toronto:— 

Salaries 

Extra pay to G. P. Eliot and J. G. Ridout, for duties 
performed before Mr. Campbell took charge— $100 
each 



% cts. 



Contingencies— Postage 

Telegrams 

Telephone 

Office cleaning 

Alterations and repairs 

Office supplies , 

Gas 

Water 

Ice 

Packing-cases 

"Globe" 

N. Y. "Herald" 

Directory 

Freight 

Cab hire 

Removing snow and ashes 

Engine-room supplies 

Gratuity to telegraph messengers 

Stationery 

Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer 



ffice of Assistant Receiver-General, Montreal: — 

Allowance to City and District Savings Bank 

Office books 

Queen' s Printer 



ffices of Assistant Receiver-General and Auditor, 
Halifax :— 

Salaries — Assistant Receiver-General's Office 

do Audit Office , 

Contingencies — Assistant Receiver-General's Office : — 

Rent— 1 year, to 30th April, 1884- , 

Postage 

Telegrams ,. 

Post Office box 

Fuel , 

Gas 

Methylated spirits 

Water 

Ice 

Cleaning office , 

Removing snow and a3hes , 

Brass weights 

Money trays 

Fyles 

Office supplies 

Stove and fittings 

Carpet , 

Bedding . 

Mats and blinds 

Directory , 

11 Counterfeit Detector " « 

Halifax " Herald " 

Montreal "Gazette" 



5-1* 



Carried forward 



6,549 97 



200 00 



60 93 

34 05 
50 00 
98 00 

111 80 
18 25 
84 93 
37 50 
3 00 
15 70 

7 00 

8 00 
3 40 f 
6 30 
1 50 
5 00 

10 98 
5 95 

11 60 

35 70 
30 33 



45 50 
5 60 



1,200 00 

45 00 

68 78 

6 00 

92 30 

73 00 

2 00 

36 00 

4 00 

125 00 

10 25 

4 00 

4 00 

4 25 

16 71 

21 15 

13 15 

18 42 

10 44 

2 50 

3 00 
6 00 

12 00 



1,777 95 



$ cts 



6,749 9' 



cts. 



2,600 00 



639 92 



5,500 00 



51 10 



7,389 89 



5,551 10 



6,950 00 
2,175 00 



9,125 00 



15,540 99 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



Offices of Assistant Receiver-General and Auditor, 
Halifax :— 

Contingencies — Assistant Receiver-General's Office ; — 

Freight 

Alterations and repairs 

Stationery and office books 



Guard— Lewis Parker, at $1.00 a night ., 
do J. Lithgow do 

do J. H. Balcam do 



Contingencies — Audit Office : — 

Postage 

Telegrams 

Post Office box 

Cleaning office 

Halifax " Herald," 2 years ... 

Toronto "Mail," session 

Directory 

11 Gazetteer ".....». 

Repairing vault 

Moving and watching books 
Cab hire 



Contingencies— Both offices : — 

Maintenance of Dominion Buildings — 

Gas 

Water 

Office cleaning 

Repairs 

Sundries 



Stationery Office, 
Queen's Printer.. 



Auditor and Assistant Receiver-General, St. John: — 

Salaries — Assistant Receiver General's Office , 

do AuditOffice , 

Contingencies — Assistant Receiver-General's Office: — 

A. C. A. Salter, acting Teller 1 year, to 30th June, 1884, 

at $2 per day , 

W. H. Shaw, writing 32£ days, at $1.33 



Postage , 

Telegrams 

Telephone 

Daily papers 

Halifax "Record," 2 years 

Underwood's " Counterfeit Reporter' 

Dye's "Counterfeit Detector" 

Gas 



$ eta. 



1,777 95 



1 48 
42 15 
23 20 



134 00 
132 00 
100 00 



29 77 

4 00 

60 00 

12 00 

1 75 

2 85 
50 

14 50 

21 25 

6 50 



126 19 

60 00 

11 90 

15 81 

2 50 



47 68 
13 34 



732 00 
42 89 



Water.- 

Removing snow and ashes 

Cleaning office , 

Repairs 

Freight .. 

Stationery 

St. John "News," printing .... 

Geo. Cox, printing 

Paid by Assistant Receiver-General in 1882-83. 



Less— Repaid Assietant Receiver-General in 1884-85. 
Carried forward , 



82 00 

18 97 

35 00 

25 04 

20 00 

5 00 

3 00 

82 28 

75 0« 

20 15 

60 42 

31 71 

2 15 

14 43 

118 00 

18 00 

390 57 



1,001 72 
138 53 



$ cts. 



9,125 00 



1,844 78 



366 00 



$ ct 



15,540 8 



182 37 



206 40 



61 02 



11,785 



1,900 00 



774 89 



863 19 
10,738 08 



27,326 



CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT. 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



J ditor and Assistant Receiver-General, St. John 

I Contingencies — Audit Office : — 

Postage, &c 

i Contingencies — Both offices : — 

Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer 






A dltor and Assistant Receiver-General, Winnipeg : 

Salaries 

Board Allowance : — 

H. M. Drummond, 12£ per cent on $2,000 

A. C. McMicken, 20 do 1,'100 

E. W. H. Armstrong, 20 do 1,000 

J. A. S. Mott, 20 do 1,000 

It j Contingencies : — 

J. A. S. Mott, sleeping in the office 36 nights, at $1. 

Postage , 

Telegrams 

Post Office box . ... 

Telephone - 

Binding stubs .. 

"Daily Times" 

Map of Winnipeg... 

Directory 

Freight on stationery 

Office cleaning 

Repairs 

Office supplies — 

Bedding 

Stationery 

Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer ...... 

Paid in 1882-83 

Accounted for in 1884 85 



A ditor and Assistant Receiver-General, Tictoria 

Salaries .... = 

Contingencies : 

J. 0. Bales, extra clerk 



John Smith, messenger. 



Postage 

Telegrams 

Post Office 

"The Colonist 
Fuel 



Water 

Office supplies... 

Repairs „ 

Letter scales .. 

Washing towels 

Stationery. 

Advertising, "Post" 

do "Standard"... 

Printing forms " Colonist " 

do "Standard" , 

do M. Millar 

Printing receipt books, "Standard 1 



I 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



53 91 
38 67 



250 00 


220 00 


200 00 


20© 00 


36 00 


100 00 


1 50 


6 00 


40 00 


4 00 


15 00 


10 00 


2 50 


5 99 


177 50 


3 00 


3 50 


41 45 


21 80 


135 78 


39 87 


151 80 


144 81 



318 00 
245 00 



25 00 

3 55 

11 00 
13 00 
48 feO 

12 00 
18 49 

2 50 

4 50 
8 00 

104 24 
8 00 

5 00 
115 00 

5 00 

15 00 

156 50 



$ cts. 



10,738 08 



12 CO 



92 58 



$ cts. 



27,326 56 



10,842 66 



5,100 00 



870 00 



940 50 



6,910 50 



5,800 00 



563 00 



555 28 



6,918 28 
51,998 00 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Service. 



Brought forward 



Auditor and Assistant Receiver-General, Chsrlotte- 
^ town : — 

Salaries M fc 

Contingencies : — 

W. 0. Desbrisay, extra clerk 

Jas. Grant, watchman 



Postage 

Telegrams 

Post Office box. 
Cleaning office. 

Water 

Ice 



Dating stamp 

"Royal Gazette " 

Cash satchel 

Disbursements on account of fire, Feb. 20th, 1884. 

Binding Savings Bank ledgers « 

Repairs 

Maintenance of Dominion Building— Gas 

Stationery 

Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer 



Country Sav'ngs Banks: — 

Salaries — Nova Scotia 

do New Brunswick 

do British Columbia 

do Prince Edward Island. 



$ cts. 



48 00 
7 50 



51 75 

2 41 

3 25 
39 70 

5 00 

4 00 
11 50 

25 

3 00 
13 72 
23 00 

2 00 
60 12 

4 92 
81 86 
48 94 



London Agents : — 

Commission on redemption : 

Baring Bros. & Co 

Commission on interest : 

Baring Bros & Co 

Glyn, Mills & Co 

Crown Agent for the Colonies v , 

, Commission on purchases for Sinking Funds : 

Baring Bros. & Co 

Glyn, Mills & Co 



Brokerage for Sinking Funds : 

Glyn & Baring 

Bank of England 

Crown Agent 



Bill Stamps, Postages and Telegrams: — 

Baring <fe Glyn, for Sinking Funds 

Baring Bros 



Glyn, Mills & Co 

Bank of Montreal, London 

Crown Agent for the Colonies. 



Expenses in connection with the issue and redemp< 
tion of Dominion Notes : — 

Pay of Ladies in the Currency Branch, at $1.50 a day : 

L. Fitzgerald i 

M. L. Ross 

J. F. Hyndman 

R. C. Waddell 

A. M Chesley 

M. A. Jolly 



Carried forward 



14,935 92 

13,218 46 

73 00 



2,170 63 
2,170 54 



2,937 03 
616 85 
132 62 



299 91 
1,346 67 
1,744 45 

203 85 
14 17 



376 50 

375 75 
375 75 
375 00 
372 75 
368 25 



$ cts. 



2,244 00 



4,175 00 



55 50 



355 42 



8,025 00 

4,150 00 

900 00 

200 00 



$ ct 



51,998 Oii 



4,585 



13,275 



28,227 



4,341 



3,686 



109, 72€ 



CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT. 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



Expenses in connection with the issue and redemp- 
tion of Dominion Notes : — 

Pay of Ladies in the Currency Branch ; 

M. M. Hutchison ... 

M. A. Barrie 

G. Simpson , 

A. B. Yeilding 

G. S. Fleming , 

M. Kelly 

M. Macaulay 

A. Armstrong 

L. L. Sutton 

G. Dorion < 

G. L. Bennett 

F. E.Terry , 



Extra Clerk, Finance Department : 

J. P. Taylor, 366 days, at $2.50 per day. 

Travelling expenses : 

G. Lowe, jun 



Commission on Dominion Notes, redeemed : 

Bank of British Columbia 

Commission on Specie delivered : 

Bank of Montreal, Montreal 

Cutting notes — Assistant Receiver General, Toronto., 
do do Victoria. 

Signing notes — W. H. Shaw, St. John 

Counterfeit note withdrawn 



Printing, Advertising-, Inspection, Express and Miscel- 
laneous Charges, &«., including 1 Commutation of 
Stamp Duty and Contingencies of Country Sav 
ings Banks. 

Paid to English Agents : — 

Bank of Montreal, London — Commission on payments... 

Baring Bros. & Co « 

Glyn, Mills & Co ...., 

Crown Agent for the Colonies 



Printing bonds— British American Bank Note Co 

Printing stock certificates— Burland Lithographing Co. 
Advertising new loan 



Express Charges: — 

Paid at Ottawa 

do Toronto ... 
do Montreal. ., 
do Halifax..... 
do St. John.., 
do Winnipeg 
do Victoria . . 



Expenses in connection with coin : — 

Assistant Receiver General, Toronto— Bags for silver... 
do do Halifax — Cartage and labor 



Legal Expenses :— 

D. O'Connor, Queen vs. Bank of Montreal. 

do re Mary Woodland 

A. Ferguson, Queen vs. Bank of Montreal. 

E. J. Hodgson, do do 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 



2,244 00 



366 75 
366 CO 
365 25 
364 50 
364 50 
364 50 
363 00 
357 00 
348 75 
345 00 
192 75 
35 25 



25 
6 75 

38 00 

1 00 



1,411 88 

27 62 

31 27 

7 30 



1,700 00 

12 00 

3,206 07 



2,708 92 
715 38 
259 37 
58 40 
55 60 
412 60 
510 00 



7 00 
2 00 



589 54 

8 00 

200 00 

183 72 



981 26 



$ cts. 



6,077 25 
915 00 

33 75 

836 65 
7,420 33 

46 00 



1,478 07 
4,918 07 



4,720 27 



9 00 



11,125 41 



$ CtB. 



109,728 03 



15,328 



125.057 01 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Service. 



Brought forward 



Printing-, Advertising, Inspection, Express and Miscel- 
laneous Charges, «te., inclnding Commutation of 
Stamp Duty and Contingencies of County Savings 
Banks : — 

Legal Expenses : 

S. L. Richey, Queen vs. Stather ....... 

N. Power, detective do 

W.Graham, Queen us. McDonald 

do re McKinnon 

L. N. Dumouchel, Seignorial release 

Jos. X. Lavoie, do 

N. Tetreau, do 



Travelling expenses : — 

SirS. L. Tilley, 1883 662 62 

do 1884 1,421 60 



T. D. Tims 

0. Stanton .. 

G. Y. Crookshank 
A. P. Sherwood... 
F. Toller , 



Postage on P.E.I, notes — Bank of Montreal, Moncton 

Commission on silver sent to Ottawa— Bank of Montreal 
Moncton , 



% cts. 



Case for bonds— Crown Agent for the Colonies 

Queen's Printer 

Commutation of Stamp Duty on Inscribed Stock — Baring 

Bros. & Co.,3-8ths of 1 percent, on $523,653 

Country Savings Banks — 

Contingencies — Nova Scotia : — 

Acadia Mines 

Amherst 

Annapolis , 

Antigonish 

Ark-hat 

Baddeck 

. Barrington 

Bridgewater •- 

Digby 

Guysboro' < 

Kentville 

Lingan 

Lunenburg 

Maitland 

New Glasgow 

Parrsboro' 

Pictou , «. 

Port Hood 

Shelburne 

Sherbrooke 

Sydney 

Truro 

Wallace 

Weymouth 

Windsor 

Yarmouth 



Contingencies— N ew Brunswick :- 

Chatham 

Dalhousie 

Fredericton 

Hillsboro' 

Moncton 



Carried forward. 



981 26 



102 02 
37 29 

142 96 

13 50 

19 00 

6 00 

10 00 



2,084 22 
1,334 93 
985 63 
400 00 
305 56 
262 20 



41 04 
8 40 



1 20 
12 45 

15 68 

5 92 
48 81 

6 36 

4 85 
8 50 

8 17 
6 95 

20 0O 
10 00 

9 20 
9 77 
6 33 
6 00 

5 88 
17 13 

6 02 

16 00 
12 44 
12 50 
25 81 

6 69 

7 45 
9 32 



31 75 

14 50 

6 30 

22 00 



83 84 



cts. 



11,125 41 



1,312 03 



5,372 54 



49 44 

1 34 

31 20 

1,963 70 



$ cts. 



125,057 01 



299 43 



20,155 09 



125,057 



CHARGES OF MANAGEMENT. 



9 



Service. 



Brought forward 



rintf ng-. Advertising') Inspection, Express and Miscel- 
laneous Charges, Ac., including* Commutation of 
Stamp Duty and Contingencies of Countjr Savings 
Banks : — 

Contingencies — New Brunswick : 

Newcastle 

Quaco 

Sussex 

St. Andrews 

Woodstock 



Contingencies — British Columbia : — 
Nanaimo .... 

General Savings Bank Contingencies:— 
J. H. Balcam, travelling expenses 
C. M. Chambers do 

Queen's Printer 

Stationery Office 



rlntlng Dominion Notes: — 

British American Bank Note Co 

Sir John Rose, services as Financial Agent since 1874 : 
Commission of a $ of 1 per cent on the following 
transactions : — 

Four per cent. Bonds inscribed 

Investments for 4 per cent. Sinking Funds 

Commutation of Stamp Duty on Inscribed Bonds ... 



Round number taken 

•xjfo ot 1 per cent, on $31,852,300 



Total Charges of Management. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



83 84 20,155 09 



6 30 
3 17 

3 88 
53 27 
17 50 



74 64 

26 00 

1,377 85 

125 00 



128,655,907 

3,096,173 

102,200 



$ cts. 



125,057 01 



167 96 
53 70 



1,603 49 



$31,854,280 
31,852,300 



21,980 24 
23,173 63 



9,555 70 



179,766 58 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Msy 30, 1884. 

Sir, — I have your application for a certificate in favor of Sir John Eose for 
>9,555.70, to pay him for services as Financial Commissioner since 1874. T<SKib 

In fixing the pay of a Financial Agent it would be well to leave no doubt on the 
{uestion of interest. If it is intended that Sir John Eose should have the benefit of 
he interest on his current balance, as well as a commission on payments, the Order 
!n Council should say so explicitly. 

You will recollect that Barings, Glyn & Co., and the Bank of Montreal in 
London, pay interest on all balances in their hands. 

I am, Sir, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 
Lhe Dy. Minister of Finance. 



Finance Department, Ottawa, June 2, 1884. 

Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 30th 
iltimo, respecting the application for a certificate in favor of Sir John Eose for 
>9,555.70, to pay him for services as Financial Commissioner since 1874, the pay- 
ment being sanctioned by Order in Council. In reply I have to state first, that the 
oosition of Financial Agent differs from that of Financial Commissioner, inasmuch as 
ihe 4 latter[need not of necessity hold Government funds; but as, undoubtedly, Sir John 
Rose has in the past, and up to the present time, performed other services besides 
hose of Financial Commissioner, it has been deemed desirable that he should have- 
imds in his hands to meet payments incurred on account of such services. Although 



10 DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. ii 



no interest has been paid on these funds, and although no interest was calculated on 
the balances held by him, yet, undoubtedly, these facts were before the Minister of 
Finance when, by his direction, I prepared the report to Council on which the order 
is b<i«ed. It was not, however, deemed necessary, in settling this claim for services 
as Financial Commissioner, to take into consideration the balances held by Sir John 
for other purposes. I must, however, state, to avoid misapprehension, that the ser- 
vices performed by Sir John Rose, apart from those as Financial Commissioner, have 
almost ceased. 

The coinage which used to be ordered by him previous to the creation of the 
office of High Commissioner is now ordered through the latter office. The Prince 
Edward Island bonds, upon which he used to pay the interest, have matured and 
been paid off, and all payments made to him to meet such interest have now ceased, 
and so far as the rail shipments are concerned, from the nature of circumstances ; 
they cannot be very great in the future, and I presume will ultimately die away. 

Under these circumstances, I intend, when the Minister of Finance returns, to 
call his attention to the balance now in the hands of Sir John Rose, with the view of 
withdrawing it, if deemed desirable, with the exception of only such amount as may 
be required to meet payments for rails. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, &c, 

J. M. COURTNEY, D.M.F. 
The Auditor-General. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, June 16, 1884. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge receipt of your letter of June 2, about the pay 
ment of $9,555. 70 to Sir John Rose. 

My objection was based on the general principle, that a loan of money for an; 
time is equivalent to a gift of the interest for the same time. 

The Canadian banks, who receive and transmit the Dominion revenue, and casl 
our cheques anywhere at par, are paid for their services by the interest on theii 
current balances. The English bankers (Glyn, Baring, and the Bank of Montreal in 
London) who have no transmission to do, pay interest on balances, and receive 
commission. It is under this second head that Sir John Rose's services as Financia' 
Agent come, and any exception made in his case should be stated explicitly in amount 
and authorized by Council. 

I am following my general line of duty in obtaining for ^Parliament all informa 
tion which I think should be laid before them. I do not claim the right to questioi 
rates of interest or amounts of balances. 



The Deputy Minister of Finance. 



I have, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 



Finance Department, Ottawa, July 2, 1884. 

Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 16tft 
instant, and in reply thereto, I beg to say that in the absence of the Minister o 
Finance I cannot recede from the position I have taken, as I am still of opinion tha 
the question as to the amount of balances held by Sir John Rose, and whetha 
interest or no interest should be charged on the same, is beyond your jurisdiction 

I have, &c, 

J. M. COURTNEY, DM.F. 
The Auditor-General. 

Note. — The amount in question was paid by the Deputy Minister of Finano> 
from his letter of credit for charges of management, June 23, 1884. The principl 
involved is still unsettled, as the discussion was not pursued. — J. L. McD. 



11 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES. 



11 



Service. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT- CONTINGENCIES. 



©overnor-OeaenaV's Office : — 

Subscription to newspapers 

Advertising in do 

Books of reference 

Telegraphing and telephones — 

Great North- Western Telegraph Co. 
CJanada Mutual do 

Bell Telephone Co., rent 

do public calls. 



$ cts. 



Postages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa.. , 

do Quebec « 

do Toronto 

do New Richmond 



Freight and express charges, cartage 

Travelling expenses, including cab hire — 

His Excellency the Marquis of Lome 

do do Lansdowne 

Lieut.-Col. DeWinton 

Lord Melgund 

Capt. A. Collins 

C. J. Jones 

W. Campbell a 

P. L. McDermott 

Sergt. H. G. Clarke 

do F. Rogers 

G. Carpenter. , 

W. Eckhardt 

Col. DeWinton, cab hire at Ottawa 



Lord Melgund 
Capt. A. Collins 
C. J. Jones 
W. Campbell 
P. L. McDermott 
Sergt. Garvin 
Geo. Smith 
Sergt. Rogers 
do Clark 
do Eckhardt 
Sundry persons 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 



street car and ferry fares. 



Extra Clerk, F. Stuart, 366 days, at $2.00 

Engraving and lithographing , 

Printing , 

Translating, J. C. Poper, in 1882-3 .„ , 

Stationery b 

Orderlies— 

Sergt. F. Rogers 

do N. Garvin , 

do W. Eckhardt , 

do R.Bell ., 

Extra Orderlies , 

Uniforms ,.. : , 

Sundries — 

Goods , 

Newspapers , , 

Flags^.... 

Giatuities to telegraph messengers '. , 



Carried forward. 



195 00 
7 10 



614 02 

94 90 

4 00 

6 00 



$ cts. 



18 50 
28 75 

1 00 

19 25 
5 00 

4 75 

5 50 
14 25 

3 25 

75 

3 50 

52 25 



1,532 00 
22 33 



202 10 



718 92 
3 25 



1 562 48 

3,437 50 

170 64 

68 80 

20 00 

32 25 

752 65 

55 00 

189 44 

135 10 

281 20 

12 25 



156 75 
51 45 




% cts. 



957 33 

177 90 
252 29 



1,756 43 



722 17 



6,925 51 

732 00 

20 00 

17 25 

4 00 

218 10 



42 68 
13,154 49 



12 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1283-4. 



Service. 



Brought forward 



Civil Government — Contingencies, 

Governor-General's Office : — 

Special trains for Vice-Regal party, (0.0. Dec. 10, 1883)- 

Lord Lome and suite , 

Judges and Ministers 



Stationery Office — 

Stationery 

Books of reference. 



Queen's Printer — 

Printing and binding.. 
Paper 



Total, Governor General's Office. 



$ cts. 



275 20 
402 00 


1,006 06 
22 00 


235 86 
90 42 



$ cts. 



1,028 06 



326 28 



$ cts. 



13,154 49 



677 20 



1,354 34 



15,186 03 



a. The sum of $100 was refunded by Mr. Campbell, but through inadvertence on 
the part of his Department, it was credited in 1884-85. The total expenditure for 
his travelling expenses would otherwise be stated as $652.68 instead of $752.68. 

b. Stationery should be procured through the Government Stationery Office. 
The sums of $36.75, paid September 5, 1883, and $2.10, paid November 6, 1883 r 

to C. E. Holiwell, Quebec, for stationery, are included in this amount. 

(Note. — Required immediately for the Governor General's use in Citadel, 
Quebec— T. E., A. of C.) 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES. 



13 



Service. 


$ cts. 


$ cts 


$ cts. 


CIVIE GOVERN MENT- CONTINGENCIES. 

The Privy Council :— 

Subscriptions to newspapers .^. 




844 21 






624 65 
35 90 

127 29 
10 84 


31 35 


Telegraphing — 












Postages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 


116 29 
11 00 


660 55 






Freight and express charges . 








138 13 


Travelling expenses, including cab hire — 

Joseph Pope, travelling expenses 


117 65 

928 16 
10 00 


Sir John A. Macdonald, cab hire at Ottawa 


537 00 




Sundry persons do 














1,055 81 
633 41 


Extra Clerks 




Extra Messenger, delivering night mail , c 






42 00 


Translating — 

A. Lusignan, Inland Revenue Dept., (see Note).. 




40 75 
20 00 




J. R. E. Chapleau, House of Commons 






Engraving and lithographing , 




60 75 
51 50 


500 copies Boundary Pamphlet, with map, authorized by 
Order in Council of 25th February, 1884 






500 00 


Type writers, 4 at $97.50 






390 00 


Reception and installation of the Governor General, author- 
ized by Orders in Council of 15th Novevember and 




868 10 

445 70 




Expenses of Cabinet to Quebec, at installation of Governor 
General (paid out of advances to J. J. McGee, for 
travelling expenses) . ........ 




' 






1,313 80 


Sundries — 

Goods 


18 49 
7 50 

30 42 
2 30 

11 57 

65 00 
20 


Repairs ........ 






Ice 






Stationery d 






Newspapers t 






Washing towels 






Gratuity to telegraph messenger , 








663 32 

56 30 
3 75 


135 48 


Stationery Office — 

Stationery 


723 37 

831 48 


Books of reference 




Maps 








Queen's Printer- 
Printing and binding...... 


724 80 
106 68 

175 00 

10 00 
145 00 




Paper 






1,554 85 






J J. McGee 


7,411 84 


P. J. N. Baudry 

H. Alexander , 








Carried forward 


330 00 




7,411 84 



14 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Service. 



Brought forward 



Civil Government — Contingencies. 



The Privy Council ; — 

Extra work after hours... 

W. H.Lee 

L. J. Burpee 

P. K. Bennetts 

R. W. Baldwin 

F. Newby 

L. H. Chute 

P. J. Brennan , 

0. C.Moll 

S. Lelievre 

H. A. May 



Special work from June, 1878, to March, 1882, L. J. Burpee, 
Total, Privy Council -« 



$ cts. 



330 00 



134 00 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

80 00 

62 00 

50 00 

30 00 

8 00 

6 00 



$ cts. 



cts. 



7,411 84 



1,000 
200 00 



8,611 84 



c. Seven months' salary at $6 per month. The rate of payment for this sei 
vice was $5 per month previous to 1st July, 1882. The additional remuneration hi 
not been provided for, as required by sec. 49 of The Civil Service Act, 1882. 

d. Stationery should be procured through the Government Stationery Office. 



Privy Council, Ottawa, Sept. 18, 1884. 

Sir, — I have the honor to state, in reply to yours of the 15th September, insl 
requesting to be furnished with details of the following expenditure, viz : 

Cab hire, charged in Petty Expenses $257 01 

Expenses of Cabinet at Installation of Lord Lanedowne, 
Governor General (paid out of advances for travelling 
expenses) 445 70 

As to the 1st. The adoption of the ticket system (as in vogue in other Deparj 
ments) has simplified a very troublesome expenditure. Under it payments are mi " 
by the Accountant upon the Certificate of the President's Private Secretary or 
Clerk of the Council, and finally examined and attested by me. 

2nd. As regards the expenses of the Cabinet to Quebec, at the Installation <] 
Lord Lansdowne, Governor General (paid out of advances for travelling expenses. 
there are no details, the amount being the hotel expenses. 



I have the honor, &c. 



JOHN J. McGEE, C.P.C. 



The Auditor-General. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Sept. 18, 1884. 

Sir, — I beg to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of this date, in reply to mil 
of the 15th instant, upon the subject of the details of expenditure of $257.01 for cr 
hire, and of $445.70 for " Expenses of Cabinet to Quebec at Installation of Loi 
Lansdowne (paid out of advances for travelling expenses)." 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT — CONTINGENCIES. 15 



With reference to the last named item, I would farther state that, as the 
expenditure was not incurred for the Ministers' travelling expenses, in connection with 
their several Departments, authority for the incurring of it should be given in an 
Order in Council. 

I have the honor, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 
The Clerk of the Council. 



Privy Council, Sept. 19, 1884. 

Sir — I have the honor, in answer to your communication dated 17th Sept; 
inst., requesting to be furnished with vouchers for the following expenditure in con- 
nection with the installation of His Excellency the Governor General at Quebec, 
iwhich has been charged to the Contingencies of the Privy Council, under Orders in 
Council of the 19th December, 1883, and 5th May, 1884, viz. :— 

Messrs, Joseph Hamel & Freres,.... $412 40 

Mr. S. Peters 89 05 

The Ladies of the Good Shepherd Asylum 37 00 

To state that I addressed a letter in the sense of your communication to the Honor- 
able the Minister of Militia and Defence, who was charged with the carrying out of 
the programme of the Installation, and he replies " that he handed the vouchers to 

Col. Eoss, Accountant of Contingencies, with instructions to show them to the 

Auditor-General, and he does not know where they are." 

I have the honor, &c, 

JOHN J. McGEE, C.P.C. 
The Auditor-General. 



Ottawa, Sept. 20, 1884. 

Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 19th 
nst., in answer to mine of the 1 7th inst., requesting to be furnished with certain 
vouchers in connection with the Installation of His Excellency the Governor General 
it Quebec, and would state that the vouchers referred to hj the Honorable the 
Minister of Militia and Defence have been retained by me, with Col. Eoss' permission, 
pending reference to this expenditure. The fyle does not include vouchers for the 
items of expenditure referred to in my communication to you of the 17th instant. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 
The Clerk of the Council. 



Note.— Mr. Lusignan, the translator above, was on the staff of the Inland 
Revenue Department when the work was done. A refund has been asked for. — 
J. L. McD. 






16 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Service. 



Deptrtnieut of Justice : 

Subscriptions to newspapers , 

Books of reference 

Telegraphing and telephones — 

Great North- Western Telegraph Oo 
Canada Mutual do 



Bell Telephone Co , 



Pottages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 

Freight and express charges 



Travelling expenses, including cab hire— 

Hon. Sir Alex. Campbell 

G. W\ Burbidge 

H. G. Hopkirk 

J. Leslie 

Hon. Sir A. Campbell, cab hire at Ottawa. 

G. W. Burbidge do 

H. G. Hopkirk do 

Sundry persons do 



$ cts. 



1,200 74 
28 51 



Sundry persons, street car fares 



Extra Clerks 

Extra Messengers 

Engraving and lithographing 

Printing 

Sundries — 

Goods 

Washing towels 

Repairs 

Mail bags 

Ice 

Furniture e 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 

Petty contingencies, by order of the Minister of Justice 

Stationery Office — 

Stationery , 

Books of reference , 



Queen's Printer — 

Printing and binding 
Paper 



Total, Department of Justice 



95 95 

20 15 

5 75 

19 78 



% cts. 



1,229 25 

72 50 


101 39 
8 95 



127 25 
36 35 

459 00 
42 00 



141 63 
2 81 



790 06 
8 90 



559 49 
212 70 



19 15 
36 00 

6 82 
5 00 
10 70 
5 75 
4 50 

20 00 



798 96 



772 19 



e. Furniture should be procured through the Department of Public Wor 
under 31 Vic, cap. 35, sec. 2. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT — CONTINGENCIES. 



\r 



Service. 



epartment of Justice— Penitentiaries Branch : 

! Subscriptions to newspapers 

j Telegraphing — 

Great North-Western Telegraph Co.., 

( Travelling expenses — 

J. (x. Moylan 

George L. Foster 



Post-xes— 

ro3tmaster, Ottawa 

Hooks of reference 

Fn graving and lithographing 
Kxtra Clerks 

Sundries- 
Office stamps , 

Repairs 



Stationery Office- 
Stationery 

Books of reference 



Queen's Printer — 

Printing and binding.. 
Paper ,.. , 



Total, Penitentiaries Branch 



cts. 



74 88 
7 55 



80 21 
8 62 



$ cts. 



1,127 57 
128 02 



8 00 
5 50 



82 43 



88 83 



$ cts- 

13 80 ; 
240 33 

1,255 59 

2 55 

6 00 
36 50 
65 00 

13 50 



171 26 
1,804 53 






5—2 



IS 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Service. 


% cts. 


$ cts. 


$ Cti 


Depp r« men* of Militia and Defence: — 






753 78 
23 46 
34 0C 

4 OC 

886 4( 
166 5: 

917 4i 
700 Oij 


Advertising in do 






Books of reference 






Plans 






Telegraphing — 

Great Western Telegraph Co ■ - 




883 56 
2 84 


Canada Mutual do * 








Postage — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 


154 07 
12 4t 


do Quebec . 






260 10 
206 90 


Travelling expenses, including cab hire — 

Hon. A. P. Caron, travelling expenses 

do cab hire at Ottawa 


363 45 




















Copying , g 






239 6<fl 






457 sj 


Engraving and lithographing «... 






128 3 


Type writer ,, 




2 50 
5 00 

36 00 
8 56 

3 50 


93 2l| 


Sundries- 
Goods «> 












Washing towels ...., .. ..... 












Gratuties to t^le^raph messengers 








266 28 


55 5 1 


Stationery Office- 


1,695 68 
1,840 49 


Books of reference, 








Queen's Printer — 

Printing and binding 


903 55 
936 94 
















3,536 11 
7,996 Oj] 


Total, Militia and Defence 











/. Item, "March 12, 1884, W. F. banning, copying, 32 days, at $1.50 per da; 
$48.00." — Bate exceeds the minimum salary of a 3rd Class Cleik, see sec. 45, Cirf 
Service Act, 1882. 

Note. — The work at which Mr. Fanning was employed required special qua: 
fications and he was allowed $1.50 per day.— C. Eug. Panet, D. M. f M. & D. 

g. Copying documents at 10 cts. per 100 words. 

Number of days and rate per day should bo stated. 

Note. — This work was not done in the office. The number of days employ^ 
cannot be given. The amount is computed at 10 cts. per 100 words, the usu 
charge — C. Eug. Panet. D. M, M, & D. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES. 



19 



Service. 



■ftrtment of Secretary of State: — 

iubscriptions to newspapers... 

Advertising ia do - • 

Jooks of reference h 



telegraphing — 

Great North-Western Telegraph Co 
Canada Mutual do 

'ostages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 

Freight and express charges 

Cartage 



'ravelling expenses, including cab hire — 

Hon. J. A. Chapleau 

G. Powell « , 

L. A. Catellier .,..„. 

A. Audet 

L. H. Tache 

J. Young 

Hon. J. A. Chapleau, cab hire at Ottawa. 

G. Powell, cab hire at Ottawa 

A. Audet . do „ 

H.J.Morgan do 

L. H. Tache do 

Sundry persons do 



do 



street car fares. 



Ixtra Clerks i 

ixtra Messenger 

ngraving and lithographing, 

opies of Judgment— MacLean, Roger & Co. vs. Queen 



bndrie3 — 
Goods... 
Repairs. 
Ice 



Washing towels 

Furniture aad fittings J 

Gratuties to telegraph messengers 



stationery Office — 

Stationery 

Books of reference. 
Maps , 



$ cts. 



91 75 
315 50 



253 90 

11 25 

4 25 

2 50 

41 55 

31 75 



lueen's Printer- 
Printing and binding, 
Paper , 



- 



Total, Department of Secretary of State. 



992 66 
372 13 

6 50 



597 13 
349 81 



$ cts. 



725 09 
16 84 



223 26 
407 25 



289 00 
125 00 
9 30 
181 75 
170 30 
5G5 60 



345 20 
26 



27 24 

5 00 

25 70 

60 38 

2 50 

2 75 



1,371 29 



946 94 



$ cts. 



704 76 

90 00 

339 46 



741 93 



630 51 



1,686 41 

2,449 97 

508 00 

181 00 

10 00 



123 57 



2,318 23 
9,783 84 



5-2J 



20 DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



h. Items, J. E. Lemieux, copies of Debates, Commons and 

Senate , $109 00 

J. E. Lemieux, 4 copies " La Rebellion " (from Messrs. 

Cadieux & Delorme) 4 00 

Mr. Loniieux is a permanent employee in the Department of Agriculftu 
Order in Council of January 25th., 18*70, provides that " No officer in the Ci 
Service shall, under any circumstances, be permitted to act as attorney for 
receipt of Public moneys." 

i. Item, C. O. Doucet, copying documents, $56.32. 

Mr. Doucel's name does not appear on Examiners* List, as required by the O 
Service Act. 

j. Furniture and fittings should be procured through the Department of Pall 
Works, as provided by 31 Yic, cap. 35, sec. 2. 

NOTES ON REMARKS. 

h. The instructions laid down in this Order in Council must evidently h 
been overlooked. Care will be taken in the future that they shall be observed. 

i. The payment of this amount was duly authorized by the Secretary of St: 
as it was pressing work to be done at once, and was not considered as coming wit 
the action of the Civil Service Act. 

j. An oversight ; all furniture and fittings have sine baen obtained throu 
the Department of Public Works. 

HENKY J. MO GAN, Acting U.S.S. 






CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES. 




21 


Service. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


etirtiiKPii t of Interior : — 






555 40 








3 10 








113 40 






741 04 
100 CO 


38 75 


elegraphing and telephones — 

Great North Western Telegraph Co 


726 23 
14 81 




Canada Mutual do 

Bell Telephone Co , 








ostages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa , 


945 39 
37 50 

109 84 


841 04 


111 09 


Postage stamps 




Freight and express charges 




! Cartage 

. iravelling expenses, including cab hire — 

1 Hon. D L. Macpherson, travelling expenses 

do cab hire 

A. M. Burgess and A. Chieholra, travelling expenses.... 
Frederick White, travelling expenses #... 




9 02 

5 00 


1,093 98 


237 75 

14 02 
699 50 
105 14 
288 45 
141 61 
881 70 
40 50 
50 50 

521 80 
14 25 






ft Joseph Pope do 






L. C. Pereira do 






1 E. Deville do * 






i J. Johnston do , 






D. Rice do 






A. M. Burgess, cab hire at Ottawa. 


233 80 

6 50 

50 

68 50 

75 
62 25 

3 50 
51 00 

3 75 

4 50 

1 75 

2 25 
47 50 




■ L. Russell do 

. A. Russell do 

J. R. Hall do 

! P. B. Douglas do 

J.Pope do 








L. C. Pereira do 




H. Kinioch do 

' W. Howe do 




; O.C.Rogers do „ 

Sundry persons do 












1 tra Messenger 




2,995 22 


91 20 
60 25 


lissenger, delivering night mail .... 1 

1 graving and lithographing ... „ 

Minting 









151 45 
473 25 






10 00 


liding 






80 50 


Jitionery m 

'pe writer 

Spying press, for patents 






12 00 






125 00 
70 00 


Imiture and fittmsrs n 






237 88 


indries— 

Goods , o 

Repairs 




299 13 
17 82 
82 00 
35 00 

115 00 








Office stamps 






Wringer for patents machine „ 

Washing towels , 






Carried forward.... w 








648 95 


6,800 97 



22 DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 




i 


Service. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


* 


Brought forward .'. 




518 95 

2 75 

69 20 
7 75 

3 25 

4,929 06 
7,961 62 


6,80C 

63 

12,89. 


Depart me at of Interior : — 

Sundries — 

Marking towels . 




Ice. ... 




Travelling bag ■> p 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers ... 

Statiooery Office — 

Stationery , 

Books of reference , 

Queen's Printer — 

Printing and binding .. 

Paper 




4,914 06 
15 00 

5,212 00 
2,749 62 








Total, Interior Department.. 


20,32 







k. A refund of $46.40 was made in 1884-85, too late to betaken into the accc 
of 18^3-84. Gapt. Deville's travelling expenses would otherwise have been state 
$835.30 instead'of $881.10. 

/. The messenger was paid at the rate of $5 per month for this service pre\ 
to 1st July, 1882. Payments at the rate of $6* per month are included in 
amount. Section 49 o; the Civil Service Act, 1882, provides that additional r< 
neration must be placed for that special purpose in the Estimates submitted to 
voted by Parliament. 

m. Stationery should be procured through the Government Stationery Ol 

n. Furniture and fittings should be obtained through the Departmen 
Public Works, as provided by 31 Vic, cap. 35, sec. 2. 

o. Item, 1 trunk and 1 blanket strap, $6.50. These are not properly charge 
to Civil Government Contingencies, bat should be paid for by the party or partie 
who-e use obtained. 

p. See above remark. 

Note. — The Interior Department was asked to separate the travelling e: 
of Messrs.. Burgess and Chisholm, but was unable to o so. 



Interior Dept., Ottawa, Oct. 10, 1884' 

Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your remark*, et<] 
vouchers for expenditure per Accountant of Contingencies for the fiscal year lf~ 
in reply to which 1 beg to state : — 

I The remuneration to Mr, Duggan for delivering the mail has been 
several years. Presumably, the authority of an Order in Council would be uc 
in this matter, and steps will be taken to have the authority at an early dale. 

m. The stationery for this Department is in all cases procured througt 
Government Stationery Office, with the exceptions mentioned by you. In 
instances the material required was not to be had from the Stationery Office, an; 
exigencies of the Service required that it should be procured diiestly, as to sen J 
order through the Staiiouory Office would have taken too long time to mee:' 
purposes for which the articles were required. I shall see, however, in future' 
when this course may he absolutely necessary, theamountespended shall be pro] 1 
charged. 



.11 CIVIL GOVERNMENT — CONTINGENCIES. 



n. The furniture and fittings to which you allude, were required in connection 
ith the Technical Branch of this Department. It is to be remembered that although 
lc amount in question is small, the public interest required that the articles should 
3 furnished with the least possible delay. The items consisted exclusively of rough, 
leap tables and chairs, required for the accommodatiDn of the experts temporarily 
n ployed during the past winter to examine the returns and plans of surveyors, 
fhen I mention that twenty-seven millions of acres were sub-divided and set out for 
ittlement, and the outline surveys of a still greater area completed, during the 
;;«son ; that it was necessary to have these surveys examined and approved before 
le accounts of the various surveyors could be closed, and the final payments due 
lem made ; and that in order to accomplish this, the staff of the Technical Branch 
the Department had, for a short time, to be more than doubled, the demand 
r some little extra furniture is easily explained. I should add that in every 
stance where the articles were procured otherwise than through the Department of 
blic Works, the Chief Inspector of Surveys reported that he found, upon enquiry, 
it they could not be furnished through that Department, on account of the pres- 
of previous orders, except at a period involving such delay in the operations of 
s Branch as would seriously retard the progress of his work, and prejudicially affect 
e public interest, in delaying payments of money which ought to be made with the 
ast possible delay. 

o. With regard to the item of $6.50, for one trunk and strap, I beg to say that 

articles were ordered by me, not for my own personal use, but in order to 

able me to convey to Winnipeg, and elsewhere through Manitoba and the North- 

est, maps, Departmental fyles, and other important public documents necessary to 

e prosecution of the business I had in view. 

I offer the strongest possible protest against the gratuitous assumption, w : thout 
y inquiry whatever on your part, that these articles were obtained for my personal 

p. The same remarks apply in the case of Mr. Mills, who obtained the bag to 
lich your inquiry has refereuce, to enable him to take proper care of the valuable 
aps and other documents having reference to the Ordnauce Lands along the line of 
e St. Lawrence River from Quebec to Kingston, to the visiting and inspection of 
aich the greater part of his time during the summer was devoted. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

A. M. BURGESS, D. M. L 

ae Auditor-General. 



wffNoTE.— With reference to the payments for trunks, &c, shown above, the Gov- 
fnment should not pay unless the articles are left in the Department for public 
i<rvice. It was assumed that the usual practice was followed in the present case. — * 
L. MoD. 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



II 



Service. 



Department of Indian Affairs: — 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Advertising in do 

Books of reference 



Telegraphing— 

Great North Western Telegraph Co. 
Canada Mutual do 
Petty expenses 



Freight and express charges. 
Cartage 



Travelling expenses, including cab hire— 

A. Din gman, travelling expenses q 

L. Vankoughnet, cab hire at Ottawa .. 

R.Sinclair do 

Sundry persons do 



do 



street car fares. 



Extra Clerks - 

Extra Messengers 

Engraving and lithographing ... 

Copying, authorized by 0. C. of 21st June, 1884 

Sundries — 

Goods 

Repairs ~ 

Washing towels 

Labor .» 

Ire 

Office stamp ..,, 

Furniture...- r 

Customs entries « 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 

Stationery Office- 
Stationery 

Books of reference 



$ cts. 



17 07 
1 50 
4 00 



Queen's Printer- 
Printing and binding. 
Paper 



829 58 
10 40 



Total, Indian Department. 



772 63 
602 17 



$ cts. 



1,054 87 
1 14 
30 



3 40 

50 



883 90 



22 57 
3 20 



35 99 
2 00 
31 00 
21 25 
7 50 
1 00 
9 00 

1 70 

2 75 



839 98 



1,374 80 



q. The nature ot the expenditure charged as " small sums " in this amour 
Bhould be stated. 

r. Furniture and fittings should be procured through the Department of Publ 
"Works. 

(Note. — Authorized by D. M.) 

s. $1.70 paid for Customs papers is included. If this amount has been paid 
Customs officers tho payment is irregular. 

(Note. — This expenditure was for Customs papers in re shipment of stationery 
Manitoba and the North-West Territories through the United States, and should ba 
been paid from the grant for stationery. Such a charge will not appear again.) 



ii CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES. 25 



Indian Affairs, Ottawa, Sept. 25, 1884. 

Sir, — In answer to your letter of the 12th August, No. 40797, and of the 18th 
inst, 1 beg to say that the items under the head of " Small Sums" in my account of 
travelling expenses for July, August, September, October, November and December, 
1883, were incurred for my own personal comfort and convenience while travelling, 
and would be included in the allowance of $3.50 per day for board and lodgings. I 
was not aware then, that there was an allowance to me of $3.50 per day ior board 
and lodgings— see Order in Council approved Nov. 29th, 1882 — or I should have 
rendered my accounts simply for so many days at $3.50 per day, as I have done since 
the 1st February last, which would have included all these " Small Sums." My 
bill for board aDd lodgings, including the items under the head of " Small Sums," was 
less than the allowance of $3.50 per day. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

A. DINGMAN. 

The Accountant of Indian Affairs. 



26 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1833-4.' 



11 



Service. 



$ cts. 



Office of the Auditor -General :- 

Subscriptions to newspapers.... 
Maps.... .....* 



Telegraphing and telephones — 

Great North Western Telegraph Co., 
Bell Telephone Co 



Postages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa .' 

Freight and express charges 



Travelling expenses, including cab hire — 

J. L.McDougall, cab-hire at Ottawa 

J. Patterson, travelling expenses 

F. Hayter do re election accounts. 



Extra Clerk3 

Extra Messenger , 

Engraving and lithographing 

Legal expenses — C. Robinson. Advice concerning election 
accounts. See Auditor's Report for 1882-3, part ii, 
page 43 , 



Sundries — 

Goods ~ 

Repairs , 

Washing towels 

Making and marking towels , 

Office stamps 

Ice 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers. 



Stationery Office — 

Stationery 

Books of reference. 



Queen's Printer— 

Printing and binding. 
Paper 



Total, Auditor -General's Office. 



741 99 
89 31 


255 47 
112 83 



% cts. 



17 61 

85 00 



48 75 
1 05 



5 50 

7 75 

50 00 



42 50 
5 25 

24 00 
1 00 

1 75 
4 28 

2 75 



831 30 



368 30 



% cts. 



124 67 
3 00 



102 61 



49 80 



63 25 

422 00 

47 50 

12 20 



40 00 



81 53 



1,199 60 
2,146 16 



*> 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT — CONTINGENCIES. 



27 



Service. 



Finance Department and Treasury Board: — 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Books of reference , 

Periodicals 

Maps , 



Telegraphing and t -lephones — 

Great North Western Telegraph Co. 

Canada Mutual do 

Cablegram » 



Bell Telephone Co., 



Postages, freight and express charges- 
Postmaster, Ottawa 

Freight and express charges 

Cartage , 



Travelling expenses, including cab hire — 
Hon. Sir S. L. Tilley, travelling expenses 
J. M". Courtney do 

{}. Y. Orookshank do 

Hf. G. Dickieson do 

J. Fraser do 

Hon. Sir S. L Tilley, cab hire at Ottawa... 



M. Courtney 

Toller 

Ro?s 

Y. Orookshank 

D. Tims 

W. Baxter 



Sandry persons 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Extra Clerks 

Extra Messenger 

Engraving and lithographing... 
Type writer 

Statistical returns— J. Sutcliffe. 



Sundries — 

Goods 

Repairs , 

Washing towels 

Ice 

Cheque books 

Mail bags , 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers. 

Stationery Office — 

Stationery , 

Books of reference , 



$ cts. 



2,132 93 
9 91 
4 38 



5 50 
5 75 



56 50 
26 25 

2 75 



Queen's Printer — 

Printing and binding. 
Paper 



Total, Finance Department and Treasury Board . 



1,145 48 

122 24 



1,058 73 
532 90 



cts. 



8,147 22 
155 00 



455 37 



11 25 



263 75 
161 03 
253 45 
86 5B 
160 25 



96 00 



38 52 
1 00 

60 00 
4 28 

46 20 

12 15 
4 00 



1,267 72 



1,591 63 



Note. — $10,772.53, the total of Finance Contingencies on page 71 of the Public 
Accounts, is made up of $9,952.05 above, and $820.48 under the vote for " Computing 
Interest," for which see page 41. 



28 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1S83-4. 



11 



Service. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


% cts. 


Customs Department : — 

Subscriptions to newspapcjrs 






629 00 

459 70 

78 20 








Books of reference 






JIaps , 






9 00 


Telegraphing — 

Great N orth-Western Telegraph Co 




1,367 95 
14 19 

161 15 

175 99 




Canada Mutual do 






Postages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 




1,382 14 


Freight and express charges 


98 89 
77 10 




Cartage 

• 


337 14 
4 75 


Travelling expenses — 

E. L. Saunders -••••• 




Extra Messenger 






45 00 








51 00 


Translating, T. G. Coursolles, House of Commons 






76 00 


Sundries- 
Goods ..... 




93 35 
13 20 
39 00 

tJ 42 
15 00 

5 50 

4 25 

1,094 57 
446 79 




Repairs 






Washing towels 






Ice , 






Office stamps 






Furniture and fittings t 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers - 

do express do 






3 25 
1 00 








Stationery Office — 

Stationery , 

Books of reference 


1,085 57 


176 72 


Queen's Printer — 

Printing and binding 

Paper 


240 30 
206 49 












1,541 36 






Total, Customs Department 


4,790 01 









t. Furniture and fittings should be obtained through the Department of Public 
Works, under 31 "Vic, cap. 35, sec. 2. 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT — CONTINGENCIES. 



29 



Service. 



Inland Revfunn irteparimewfc : — 

Subscriptions to newspapers , 

Books of reference u 

Maps 



Telegraphing and telephones — 

Great North- Western Telegraph Co 
Canada Mutual do 

Hon. J. Costigan. 

Petty expenses 

Bell Telephone Co. rent 

do public calls 



Postages, freight and express charges- 
Postmaster, Ottawa 

Petty expecses 



Freight and express charges. 
Cartage 



Travelling expenses, including cab hire — 

Hon. J. Costigan ,.. 

E Miall 

P. M. Robins 

W. J. Johnston , 

M. F. Walsh 

John Fowler „ 

Hon. J. Costigan, cab hire at Ottawa.. 



K. Miall 


do 


P. M. Robins 


do 


M. F. Walsh 


do 


W. Himsworth 


do 


C. R. Hall 


do 


Sundry persons 


. do 



Sundry persons, street car fares. 



Extra Clerks 

do services, F. K. Blatch, Inland Revenue Department. 

do Messenger 

do do delivering night mail , 



Engraving and lithographing 

Stationery v 

Printing w 

Type writer. . 



Sundries — 

Goods 

Repairs 

Washing towels ... 

Making and marking towels 

Ice 

Labor 

Fittings x 

Newspapers 

Office stamps 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 

do expressmen 



$ cts. 



95 00 
2 65 



181 35 
1 73 


172 97 
65 05 



167 00 
27 25 
2 50 
7 00 
5 50 
2 50 
1 25 



Stationery Office- 
Stationery 

Books of reference. 



Carried forward 



3 25 
2 00 



1,279 05 
50 16 



% cts. 



799 96 

67 07 

20 00 

1 32 



97 65 



183 08 



238 02 



K0 50 

too 00 

90 35 
550 86 
220 00 

77 85 



213 00 
20 



144 00 
36 00 



54 61 

7 00 
53 74 

1 08 
3 21 

2 50 
1 50 
7 86 

84 56 



5 25 



1,329 21 
1,329 21 



30 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Service. 



Brought forward 

inland Revenue Department: — 

Queen's Printer — 

Printing and binding 

Paper 



Extra Clerk, E Chateauvert, for peiforming the duties of 

J. A. Doyon, during the latter's illness 

For performing other duties 



Total, Inland Revenue Department. 



$ cts. 



677 45 
404 42 



313 42 
97 00 



$ cts. 



1,329 21 



6,184 32 



2,411 68 
8,595 40 

410 42 



9,005 82 



u. Item, February 15, 1884, Jas. Hope & Co., 75c paid out of advances for 
" Petty Expenses." 

This payment is for a copy of Campbell's Geography, a book of reference, and 
the voucher should be initialed by the Head of the Department. 

Note. — Procured to get a tracing of Ontario, for an Excise map. I do not care 
to bother the Minister about such trifles.— E. Miall. 

v. Stationery should be procured through the Government Stationery Office as 
required by O. C, 17 Nov., 1877, and 8 Oct., 1880. 

Note. By Department on remark on item of Jany. 7, 1884. — u 4 special pads 
$10." — (Paper furnished from here ; the item is not a Queen's Printer's item). 

w. O. C. 3 May, lb70, requires that the charges should be checked by the 
Queen's Printer. The certificate of the latter is necessary to show that this has been 
complied with. 

Note. Ordered by Minister; this account has his initials. — E. M. 
x. Fittings should be obtained through the Department of Public Works, as 
provided by 31 Vic, cap. 35, sec. 2. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Aug. 6th, 1884. 

Sir, — I observe the notes on the remarks which I made on the Contingency 
Expenditure of the Department of Inland Eevenue for the last six months of 
1883-84. 

w. The note on the remark on Voucher 120, is not pertinent. The initials of 
the Minister do not meet the requirements of the O. C. referred to. Confidential, 
like other printing, must, under the O. G, be checked by the Queen's Printer accord- 
ing to the tariff. 

v. Voucher 121. The item is not a Queen's Printer's item, but is a Stationery 
Office one, and the goods should be obtained through the Stationery Office. The 
paper, which forms a portion of the manufactured article, was, or ought to have been,, 
procured from the Stationery Office in the first instance. 

u. Voucher 143. The O. C. to which attention was drawn by me, and which 
governs the purchase of books of reference, is general in its application. It appears 
to me that as the subject is one with which the Minister has under the O. C, to deal 
directly, the Deputy Minister might fairly be asked to request the Minister's assent 
to tb« purchase. 






CIVIL GOVERNMENT — CONTINGENCIES. 31 



The Ministers having imposed upon themselves the duly of directly approving 
of the purchase of books of reference, an objection to the performance of the duty 
should rest with them. 

I have the honor, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A. 67. 
The Accountant of Contingencies. 



Finance Dept., Ottawa, Aug. 7, 1884. 

Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of yesterday — 
copy of which I have submitted to the Commissioner of Inland Eevenue — referring 
to the Commissioner's notes on your remarks respecting the expenditure of the 
Department of Inland Eevenue for Civil Government Contingencies for the half year 
ending 30th June last. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

E. W. BAXTER, Acting A. of C. 
The Auditor-General, 



Ottawa, Sept. 15, 1884. 

Sir, — I notice that no details have been furnished this Office of the expenditure of 
the balance of the advance of $200 of 23rd July, 1883, viz., $1.85; and also of the 
advance of $400, of 13th May last, for your travelling expenses. 

I have to request that you will render a statement of the sums expended up to 
30th June last out of these amounts, and deposit the balance (if any) unexpended to 
the credit of your Department for Civil Govt, Contingencies, 1883-84. 

Your most obed't serv't, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 
The Comr. of Inland Eevenue. 



Note. — With reference to the payment to F. K. Blatch for extra services, a 
refund of the amount was asked for. Details of the $400 advanced to Mr. Miall 
have not yet been received— Oct. 21st, 1884.— J. L. McD. 



32 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 1883-4. 



Service. 



Department of Public Works ; — 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Advertising in do 

Books of reference 



Telegraphing — 

Great North-Western Telegraph Co. , 

Canada Mutual do 

Petty expenses 



Postages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 

do Quebec 

Petty expenses 



Freight and express charges. 
Cartage , 



Travelling expenses, including cab hire- 
Hon. Sir H. L Langevin, cab hire.. 
C. F. Baillairge do .. 

F. H. Ennis do .. 

0. Dionne do 

T. C. Lightfoot do . 

Alfred Ohabot do 

T. Fuller do .. 

A. Gobeil do 

fi. Roy do .. 

Sundry persons do 

E. F. E. Roy, travelling expenses... 

F. J. Mackay do 
H. Talbot ' do 



Sundry persons, street car fares. 



Extra Clerk 

Engraving and lithographing. 



Report- 
Maps 

Map cases. 

Binding 

Envelopes. , 



Telegraph maps, Manitoba. 

Stationery , 

Photographic copies of plans- 



Sundries — 

Goods 

Candles 

Repairs , 

Washing towels 

Ice 

Office stamps 

Mirrors 

Bags 

Newspapers 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 

Stationery Office- 
Stationery 

Books of reference 



aa 
bb 



Carried forward. 



cts. 



% cts. 



302 60 

1 64 

2 02 



77 99 
25 



173 50 
92 75 
26 25 

3 25 

4 60 
3 50 
2 50 
2 00 
1 50 

45 75 

399 25 

285 00 
44 50 



1,954 02 



1,537 75 

337 39 

58 



306 26 
78 24 



355 60 



728 75 
11 20 



120 00 
230 00 
713 20 
600 00 



317 40 
65 10 
5 00 
65 CO 
12 84 
20 75 

5 00 
18 25 

33 

6 50 



2,014 82 
2,014 S2 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT — CONTINGENCIES. 



33 



Service. 



Brought forward . 

Department of Public Works : — 

Queen's Printer — 

Printing and binding ... 

Paper 



Total, Public Works Department. 



$ cts. 



985 40 
474 87 



% cts, 



2,014 82 



1,460 27 



$ cts. 



7,185 87 



3,475 09 



10,660 96 



y. Voucher No. 99, June 21, 1884, W. McG. Mortimer, "BindiDg Keport, $5.00.' 

This payment was made without due authority, in view of the objection taken by 
the Queen's Printer to the fairness of the charge made for the work performed, and 
also in view of the requirements of 32-33 Yic, cap. 7, sec. *7. 

z. By order of the Minister of Public Works. 

aa. These should be obtained through the Dept. of Public Works. 

Note. — The Public Works Dept. claim that there are no funds, except Contingen- 
cies, with which to pay these items. — T. E., A. of C. 

bb. These should be paid for by the persons for whose use they were obtained. 

Note by Dept. — The bags were obtained by the late Mr. Mackay for the use of 
the Dept. 



o— 3 



34 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4 



II 



Service. 



Post Office Department :— 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Books of reference 

Maps 

Telegraphing and telephones — 

Great North-Western Telegraph Co. 
Uanada Mutual do 



Bell Telephone Co., rent., 



Postages, freight and express charges- 
Postmaster, Ottawa , 

Petty expenses 



Freight and express charges. 
Cartage 



Travelling expenses, including cab hire — 

Hon. John Carling , 

Wm. White 

A. L. Jarvis... 

J. C. Stewart 

John Walsh 

W. D. LeSueur , 

W. Rowan 

Geo. R White „ 

J. P. Nutting 

Hon. John Carling, cab hire 

Wm. White do 

Sundry persons do , 



Extra Clerks- 
Form packers. 



Translating— 

J. L. Fortier, Post Office Dept , cc 

M.St. Aubin 

T. G. Coursolles, House of Commons ....,, 

J. A. Genand 



Engraving and lithographing « 

Type writer 

•Stationery dd 

Sundries — 

Goods 

Washing towels 

Making and marking towels ■ 

Ice 

Frames ee 

Plans 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 



Stationery Office — 

Stationery 

Books of reference. 



Queen's Printer — 

Printing and binding 
Paper , 



Total, Post Office Department. 



$ cts. 



1,336 60 
14 09 



741 39 

10 00 



172 47 
1 00 



110 50 
22 50 
28 05 



4,102 11 
201 34 



8,706 78 
8,644 14 



$ cts. 



1,350 69 
91 75 



751 39 
173 47 



200 ©0 

36 50 

888 19 

42 70 

9 00 

160 84 

38 30 

9 00 

17 00 



161 05 



120 00 

26 00 

3 00 

1 50 



572 77 

195 00 

6 40 

12 84 

3 00 

4 00 
6 00 



4,303 45 



17,350 92 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT — CONTINGENCIES. 35 



cc. Paid contrary to sec. 49 of the Civil Service Act, sioce Mr. Fortier is on 
the staff of the Post Office Department. Attention having been called to the matter, 
it has been arranged that the $120 is to be refunded in 1884-5. — J. L. McD. 

dd. Stationery should be procurred through the Government Stationery Office. 

ee. These should be obtained through the Department of Public Works. 



Notes by the Department, 

(dd) With regard to the procurement of stationery from Messrs Durie and 
others, this is sometimes unavoidable, as it not unfrequeutly happens that articles 
are required in a huriy, and the Stationery Office is unable to supply them, and they 
have, of course, then to be obtained elsewhere. 

(ee) With reference to your remarks respecting Messrs. Blyth & Kerr's 
account, the same thing applies as with reference to the Messrs. Durie's account ; 
the articles obtained, which should, in your opinion, have been procured through the 
Department of Public Works, were required immediately, and were therefore pro- 
3ured. 

I may add that some of the articles obtained from Messrs. Blyth & Kerr, to 
ivhich you take objection, were of tin, and do not come within the definition of 
P Furniture and Fittings," as they were purely tinsmith's work. 

WM. WHITE, Secretary. 

Note. — $30,695.26, the total of Post Office Department contingencies on page 
8 of the Public Accounts, is made up of $29,588.05, shown above, and $1,107.21 
iharged to the vote for " Computed Interest " on page 41. 






5— 3J 



36 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Service. 



Department of Agriculture : — 

Subscriptions to newspapers «... 

Books of reference 

Telegraphing — 

Great North-Western Telegraph Co. 
Canada Mutual do 

Postages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 

Petty expenses 



$ cts, 



Freight and express charges 
Cartage 



Charwomen — Cleaning model rooms. 
Travelling expenses — 

Hon. J. H. Pope, cab hire, 



J. Lowe 
A. J Cambie 
J. K. W. Currier 
J. C. Poper 
Sundry persons 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Extra Clerks 

Copying 

Extra Messenger delivering night mail 

Engraving and lithographing 

Printing. f 

Stationery gg 

Sundries — 

Goods hh 

Repairs 

Washing towels 

Ice 

Fyle boards 

Mail bags 

Office fyles and case M hh 

Cheque" books 

Frames m hh 

Gratuities to telegraph messengers 

do expressmen 



Stationery Office — 

Stationery „ 

Books of reference. 



Queen's Printer — 

Printing and binding ... 
Paper 



Total, Department of Agriculture. 



1,555 62 
91 

761 05 
4 75 



3 25 
2 00 



1,742 02 
121 30 



1,447 41 
796 01 



$ cts, 



1,191 77 
12 87 



1,556 53 



765 80 



88 75 
2 00 
5 50 

1 25 

2 28 
13 00 



202 81 

6 50 

84 00 

11 77 

40 00 

4 50 

5 09 

6 25 
5 00 



5 25 



1,863 32 



2,243 42 



ff. Certificate of Queen's Printer is required. 

gg. Stationery should be procured through the Government Stationery Office. 

M. Goods are included which properly come under the head of Furniture i 
Fittings. Office fyles and case and frames should be classed under the same he 
and these articles should be obtained through the Department of Public Works. 

(Note. — The Public Works Department claim that they have no funds to p* 
these eha; ges from. — T. R, A. of 0.) 



11 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT — CONTINGENCIES. 



37 



Service. 



Department of Marine and Fisheries :■ 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Advertising in do 

Books of reference 

Telegraphing and telephones — 

Great North- Western Telegraph Co. 

Petty expenses 



Bell Telephone Co., rent. 



Postages, freight and express charges- 
Postmaster, Ottawa 

Petty expenses, postage 



Freight and express charges. 
Cartage 



Travelling expenses, including cab hire — 

Hon. A. W. McLelan, travelling expenses. 
Wm. Smith do 

Hon. A. W. McLelan, cab hire , 

W. F. Whitcher do 

A.R.Gordon do 

Suadry persons do *..., 



Extra Clerks , 

Extra Messenger , , 

Translating— J. C. Poper, in 1882-3. , 

Engraving and lithographing 

Paper, printing and binding ii 

Type writer , 

Stationery .. , : .. jj 

Sundries — 

Goods 

Repairs , 

Washing towels , 

Ice 

Office stamps \ 

Picture frame '. ;. kk 

Gratuties to telegraph messengers 

do expressmen........* 



Stationery Office — 

Stationery 

Books............. 



Queen's Printer- 
Printing and binding. 
Paper 



Total, Marine and|[Fisheries Department 



% cts. 



$ cts 



1,033 06 
2 15 



403 75 
2 50 

43 21 
16 40 



3 00 

4 30 
1 50 
75 



3 25 

50 



1,331 81 
TT05 



719 80 
514 97 



1,035 21 
75 00 



406 25 
69 61 



450 00 
215 60 



9 55 



45 61 

50 
48 00 

4 28 

1 75 
1 00 



3 75 



1,358 86 



1,234 77 



$ cts. 



521 88 

8 28 

92 82 



1,110 21 



465 86 



675 15 

2,153 08 

47 00 

3 00 
36 20 
24 00 

120 00 

4 00 



104 89 



2,593 63 



7,960 00 



ii. Accounts rendered for printing require the certificate of the Queen's Printer, 
der O.C. of 3rd May, 1870. 
;)'. Stationery should be procured through the Government Stationery Office. 
kk. Should be procured through the Department of Public Works. 



38 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Service. 



.Department of Railways and Canals :• 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Books of reference 

Telegraphing and telephones- 
Great North-Western Te] raph Co. 
Canada Mutual do 



$ cts. 



Bell Telephone Co., rent 



Postages, freight and express charges — 

Postmaster, Ottawa 

Freight and express charges , 

Cartage 



Travelling expenses — 

Hon. Sir Charles Tupper, cab hire 

Hon J. H. Pope do 

T. Trudeau do 

C. Schreiber do 

A.P.Bradley do 

L. K. Jones do , 

Sundr y persons do 

Engraving and lithographing 

Printing II 

Stationery , ,. mm 

Sundries — 

Goods 

Repairs , 

Washing towels , 

Ice 

Valises, and repairs to same nn 

Newspapers , 



Stationery Office — 

Stationery 

Books of reference 



Queen's Printer — 

Printing and binding. 
Paper 



Total, Railways and Canals Department . 



1,106 85 
29 93 



4 25 



$ cts. 



1,136 78 
40 00 



1,313 84 
178 35 



582 51 
507 68 



396 45 
71 24 



188 00 

3 50 
6 75 

34 50 
12 75 

4 00 
10 00 



99 53 
9 50 
75 00 
10 70 
30 98 
2 50 



1,492 19 



1,090 19 



II. MacLean, Koger & Co., 500 copies of Minister's speech on Subsidies to Railwa 
Companies. Certificate of Queen's Printer is required. 

(Note. — A special agreement was made by Department for this printing.— T. E 
mm. Stationery should be procured through the Government Stationery Office, 
nn. " For the Minister."— T. E , A. of C. 



11 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT — CONTINGENCIES. 



39 



Service. 


$ cts. 


$ cts . 


$ cts. 


Departments Generally: — 

Wages of laborers and charwomen 






18,177 87 


Noon gun 






330 53 


Goods 






661 77 


Repairs „ , oo 

Washing towels ...- „ 






35 85 






12 00 


Office stamp ...,., 






3 50 


Cheque books pp 






36 00 


Colonial Office List, 14 copies 






17 25 


Furniture and fittings oo 






58 50 


Following expenditure authorized under 0. C. of Dec. 10, 
1883, viz. :— 
Special trains for Lord Lansdowne and suite, and Min- 
isters , 




804 00 

179 57 

14 00 

271 47 
40 42 




Certain matters and supplies 






John Deslauriers' expenses ( 






Stationery Office — 

Stationery 




997 57 


Queen's Printer- 
Printing and binding 


31 43 














311 89 


Total, Departments Generally 1 


20,642 73 







oo. Furniture and fittings and repairs should be procured through the Depart- 
aent of Public Works, under 31 Vic., cap. 35, sec, 2. 

(Note. — The Public Works claim that there are no funds, except contingencies 
pay these items. — T. K., A. of G.) 
pp. These should be procured through the Government Stationery Office. 



40 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Service 



$ cts. 



lli^li Commissioner for Canada in London :— 

Removal expenses of Sir Cbas. Tupper, authorized by 0. C, 
£ept. 21, 1883 

Allowance in lieu of house rent, fuel, light and taxes, under 
0. 0., March 23, 1881 

Travelling expenses of Sir Charles Tupper ^ qq 

Sundry expenses rr 

Stationery Office — 

Books of reference 



Total, High Commissioner .. 



$ cts, 



$ Ct8. 



836 00 

3,500 00 
350 00 
497 50 

2 50 



5,186 00 



qq. Statements and receipts have not yet been furnished for this expenditure, as 
provided by O. C, Oct. 27, 1882. 

rr. Details have not yet been rendered of this expenditure. 

(Note. — Sir Chas. Tupper has been written to upon the subject of causing state- 
ments and details, as above, to be forwarded to Ottawa ; but his reply could not be 
received in time to be included in the Eeport.) 



Board of Civil Service Examiners : — 


1,000 00 

300 0) 

300 00 

25 00 





A. D. DeCelles, Examiner, 1883-4 , 




John Thorburn, M.D., Examiner, 1883-4 




Special Examiners •• 






1,625 00 . 


Travelling Expenses — 

P. LeSueur 


200 00 

144 50 

50 00 


A. D. D'Oelles 




John Thorburn 






394 50 


Sub-Examiners and Expenses — 

Ontario 

Quebec 


418 70 
136 10 
61 70 
139 01 
71 50 
71 25 
69 50 


Nova Scotia - 

New Brunswick , 




British Columbia 








Prince Edward Island 






967 76 


Advertising — 

Ontario 


420 56 
444 24 
73 70 
107 17 
40 91 
53 81 
13 30 


Quebec > 




Nova Scotia * 




New Brunswick .* 








Manitoba « 

Prince Edward Island 






1,153 69 


Queen's Printer — 

Stationery 

Stationery Office — 


269 41 

149 53 

80 00 


Lithographing— 

Geo. Cox 






498 94 


Great North- Western Telegraph Co 




2195 




4,661 64 



CIVIL GOVERNMENT— CONTINGENCIES. 



41 



Service. 



mirafing Interest, Post Office and Finance Depts. : — 

Balancing and computing interest in Depositors' Accounts, 

Savings Bank Branch, to 30th June, 1883 — 
Post Office Department: — 

W. H. Harrington. 

A. Geddes . - 

W. H. Kreps 

W. H, McCuaig 

W. H. Egleson 

J. H. Bollard 

B. A. Black 

H. M. Chesley 

W. E. C. Stewart ~ 

E. P. Jarvis 

P. B. Taylor 

E. Taylor 

W. J. FairWeather m 

J. P. Nutting 

J. N. Smith 

E. B. Bell 

W. J. Wilson 

W. J. Johnston 

W. J. Barrett 

S. S. Thome 

R. J. Shaw 

W. Rowan 

0. W. Lally 

A. Lampman 

D. D. McPherson 

R. S. Bishop 

R. Bonner ^ 

P. E. J. Grant 

T. E. Visser 

W. R. Hanley 

C. J. Beatty 

H. McGillivray 

S. Graham, Messenger 



Finance Department : — 

H. A. Jones 

J. P. Macpherson... 

C. E. Turgeon 

0. W. Tabor 

Jno. McNichol 

C. J. Tasker 

C. P. Street 

Jas. Hopkirk 

H. G. Pripp , 

J. G. Gilmour 

E. Capbert 

0. Webber 

N. S. Garland 

G. Lowe, jnn ,, 



Total, Computing Interest. 



$ cts. 


50 00 


48 06 


48 05 


48 05 


46 65 


46 65 


45 99 


45 99 



50 00 


48 06 


48 05 


48 05 


46 65 


46 65 


45 99 


45 99 


45 39 


45 17 


45 07 


45 03 


44 90 


44 90 


43 43 


39 61 


38 68 


36 70 


35 97 


34 98 


30 46 


29 31 


22 50 


20 95 


18 10 


17 86 


17 39 


16 34 


15 36 


14 42 


7 83 


7 42 


10 00 


71 00 


40 06 


43 00 


56 21 


55 95 


116 19 


27 97 


122 26 


54 43 


80 16 


81 06 


36 73 


24 73 


10 73 



% cts. 



$ cts. 



1,107 21 



820 48 



1,927 



42 DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. H 

tt — — . - - - .. - . _: 



General Eemarks. 

Expenditure for cab-hire includes, in some instances, charges for trips between 
the offices and residences of members of the Civil Service. The provision made for 
travelling expenses under Orders in Council of May 6th, 1876, November 18th, 1882, 
and November 29th, 1882, does not provide for cab-hire in Ottawa, other than that 
incurred on departure from and return to Ottawa. It has been found difficult to 
discriminate between what was incurred in the public interest and what for personal 
convenience. 






(Circular). Audit Office, Ottawa, July 16, 1884. 

Sir, — I beg to call your attention to sub-section 8 of section 1 of 31 Vic, cap. 35, 
governing the contingent charges of the Departments of the Public Service, wherein 
" Petty Expenses " are included in the Contingencies of each Department of the Civil 
Service as " 8. Petty expenses, not exceeding in any Department a sum to be appor- 
tioned by Order in Council." 

I have therefore to request that you will take measures, at an early date, to pro- 
vide for the petty expenses of your Department for the current fiscal year, as required 1 
by the Act referred to. 

Your most obedient servant, 

J. L. MoDOTJGALL, Auditor-General 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



43 



Service. 



Administration of Justice. 

expenditure for which Votes were required : — 

Miscellaneous Justice : — 

North-West Mounted Police — Maintenance of prisoners in N.W.T 

do Witnesses', interpreters' and jurors fees 

Sheriffs. E. Chapleau, salary, 7th July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884 

Chas. B. Rouleau, removal expenses, Aylmer to Battleford 

Wm. Barrett, services as Deputy Judge for Bruce County, 1st Dec. 

1883, to 31st May, 1884, in absence of Judge Kingsmill 

James F. Macleod, allowance in lieu of free quarters 

Hugh Richardson, removal expenses. 

S. E. Chapleau, expense of hanging two murderers 

Christopher Robinson, Q.C., fee as counsel, re validity of B. C 

Statutes .... ; 

Sheriff E. Richard, 1st Nov., 1882, to 31st Jan., 1883 

D. O'Connor, legal services, Maclean, Roger & Co. vs. Queen 

Notes of evidence in various cases , 

Stationery 

J. K. Kerr, notes re Hodge i>s. Queen 

L. R. Harrison, professional services, Queen vs. Noble..., 

Judge Boyd, travelling expenses, acting for the late Judge Mackenzie 

E. A. Dery, Commissioner under " Better Prevention of Crimes Act r 
P. J. 0. Chauveau do do ..... 
Chas. Allevn do do 

Henry Bleeker, legal services, Queen vs. Jesse Williams 

Canadian Express Co,, charges 

Justice Gwynne, notes of evidence, Russell vs. Queen 

S. Campbell, travelling expenses, acting for a sick Judge 

L. W. Herchmer, expense arresting an Indian 

Edmonton School District — rent of room to hold a court in.. 

Wm. Johnson, legal services, Queen vs. Stevenson (for murder) 

George A. Watson, briefing evidence 

Dr. Cotton, rent of room for court 

George H. Tozer, meals for jurymen, Edmonton 



Travelling expenses of Stipendiary Magistrates in N. W. T. .— 

Lt.-Ool. Macleod, C.M.G 

Charles B. Rouleau 

Hugh Richardson 



Circuit Allowances, British Columbia : — 
Supreme Court — 

Sir M. B Betrfre 

Hon. H. P. Crease 

J. H. Gray 

J. F. McCreight 

Legal representatives of late Hon. G. A. Walkem. 
County Ccurts — 

Hon. Eli Harrison , 



Travelling Allowances, Supreme and County Court Judges. Manitoba 
Queen's Bench— 



Hon. L. Wallbridge.., 
Joseph Dabuc .., 
T. W. Taylor ... 
County Courts — 

Hon. Joseph Ryan , 

D. M. Walker .... 
Wm D. Ardagh. 



frScis Writer of Supreme Court ;— 
George Duval 

•Clerk in Supreme Court Registrar's 
Walter J. Thicke 



Carried forward 



% cts 



5,125 60 
2,093 40 
1,180 65 
1,100 00 

1,000 00 
750 00 
710 60 
664 00 

500 00 

300 00 

276 80 

281 10 

270 53 

230 22 

200 00 

120 CO 

100 00 

100 00 

100 00 

75 00 

57 20 

52 00 

49 96 

49 45 

25 00 

20 00 

15 00 

15 00 

9 00 



999 96 

758 32 

1,060 36 



971 00 

1,199 37 

1,155 20 

228 00 

1,196 75 

300 00 



172 60 
66 80 
69 80 

384 90 
352 50 
559 33 



$ cts. 



15,470 51 



2,818 64 



5,050 32 



1,605 93 

3,000 00 

800 00 

27,745 40 



44 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Service. 



Brought forward 

Administration of Justice. 
Expenditure for which Totes were required : — 

Second Clerk in Office of Supreme Court Registrar : — 
James Lawson 

Senior Messenger of Suprc me Court ; — 

F. Curran , 



Second Messenger of Supreme Court : — 
Francis Morel 



Third Messenger of Supreme Court : — 
Joseph Lynch 



Contingencies and Disbursements of Supreme Court, including printing, 
binding and distributing Reports, Judges' travelling expenses, 
salaries of Sheriff \ Usher, $c, and $150 for books for Judges :— 

Francis Curran, Usher of Supreme Court 

Geo Duval, reporting cases for law journals 

Sheriff Sweetland, services of self and constables 

Charwomen 

Postage 

Rent of telephones 

Stevend & Sons, London, Eng., law books 

Telegrams... 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Holland Bros., reporting 

Ice 



Washing towels 

Materials for charwomen 

F. W. Roberts, copying judgment, Attrill vs. Piatt 

J. Leslie, attending clocks tor two years 

Oab hire, express, stamping paper, gratuities to telegraph messen- 
gers, repairing caligraph, and matches 

Stationery 

Registrar of Vice-Admiralty Court, Quebec ; — 

J. Dunbar 



Marshal of Vice-Admiralty Court, Quebec: — 

J. Parkin..... , 

Extra services rendered by Judge Fisher to the Government, under commis- 
sion from 1870 to 1881 :— 
Legal representatives of late Judge Fisher 



Total paid under Vote. 



$ cts. 



100 00 


100 00 


569 00 


861 00 


278 80 


120 00 


80 70 


62 46 


44 00 


42 00 


22 82 


22 00 


19 80 


17 00 


11 00 


24 55 


3,846 75 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



45 



Service. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


expenditure Authorized by Statute : — 

Supreme and Exchequer Court of Canada : — 
Chief Justice — 

Sir W J. Ritchie 




8,000 00 

35 000 00 
2,600 00 

5,736 02 
17,862 94 




5 Puisne Judges, at $7,000 — 

Hon. S. H. Strong 

J. W, Gwynne 


7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 
7,000 00 












Registrar — 

R. Cassels 








Province of Ontario. 

Court of Appeal :— 

Chief Justice of Ontario and Chief Justice of Appeal — 
Hon. J. G. Spragge ~ 


4,816 67 
919 35 

5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
2,862 94 


45,600 00 


3 Justices, at $5,000— 

Hon. J. C. Morrison 

C. S. Patterson 

G. W. Burton 




F. Osier . 




High Court of Justice : — 

Chief Justice of the Queen's Bench — 

Hon. J. H. Hagarty 

Adam Wilson 




5,080 65 
919 35 


23,598 96 


6,000 00 

9,327 89 

5,887 10 

10,013 44 
6,000 00 

10,000 00 


Queen's Bench Division: — 
2 Judges, at $5,000 — 

Hon. J. D. Armour 




5,000 00 
4,327 89 




M. C. Cameron 

Chief Justice of the Common Pleas— 

Hon. Adam Wilson 




5,080 65 
806 45 




M. C. Cameron , 

2 Judges, at $5,000— 

P. Osier 




2,137 06 
5,000 00 
2,876 38 




Thos. Gait 

John B. Rose 

ij < Chancery Division : — 
. H Chancellor of Ontario — 

Hon. John A. Boyd 








2 Judges, $5,000— 

Hon. Thos. Ferguson 

W. Proudfoot 

II Circuit Allowances: — 
Court of Appeal — 

Hon. J. C. Morrison , 


5,000 00 
5,000 00 

400 00 

100 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

500 00 


47,228 43 


3,000 00 
2,600 00 


J. S. Sinclair 




C. S. Patterson 

G. W. Burton 




F. Osier.... 

Queen's Bench Division — 




500 00 
1,100 00 
1,000 00 




J. D. Armour , 

M. C. Cameron 

Carried forward,... , 








5,600 00 


116,427 39 



46 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4„ 



11 



Service. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 

Expenditure Authorized by Statute : — 

Province of Ontario. 

Common Pleas Division : — 

Hon. Adam Wilson 

F. Osier 


600 00 
600 00 
100 00 
500 00 


5,600 00 

1,800 00 
4,700 00 


116,427 39- 

12,100 oo i 
600 00, 




John E. Rose 




Chancery Division : — 

Hon John A. Boyd 


1,500 00 
1,700 00 
1,500 00 


Thomas Ferguson 


W. Proudfoot 




Maritime Court, Ontario :— 
Salary of Judge : — 

John Boyd 




County Courts : — 

38 Judges, including Algoma, varying from $2,000 to 
$2,600 each (41 paid) :— 
Hon. J. A. Ardagh , 


Salary. 

2,000 00 
2,400 00 
2,600 00 
2,400 00 
2,0< 00 
2,000 00 

144 45 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,000 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 

585 01 
2,600 00 
1,516 70 
2,600 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 

526 66 
2,400 00 
2,000 00 
2,400 00 
2,600 00 
2,400 00 
2,162 09 
2,600 00 
•2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 

2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,200 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,000 00 
2,400 00 


Travelling 
Expenses. 

200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 

14 44 
?00 00 
2i,0 00 
200 CO 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 

44 98 
200 <0 
151 60 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 

43 87 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 

200 00 
200 00 
183 26 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 


John Boyd 


Z. Burnham , 


Arch. Bell 


Geo. Baxter 


G. McK. Clarke 

M. U. Campbell 


J. Deacon 


W. W. Dean 


George Drew 

R. Dennistoun 


J. Daniell 


W. Elliott. 


J. R. Gowan 


D. J. Hughes 


C. H. Home 


S. J. Jones 


R. P. Jellett 


J. J. Kingsmill - 

G. W. Leo-gatt 




D. H. Lizars 

T. A. Lazier 




H. Macpherson. 

W. Miller 




T. Miller 




J. M. McCarthy 




D. S McQueen 




H. S. Macdonald 




W. McCrae 




T. B. McMahon 




J. F. Pringle 








C. Robinson 




W. A. Ross 




J. G. Stevenson 




A. F. Scott 


89,734 8, ;' |j 
218,862 Hfl 


J. S. Sinclair 


E. J. Senkler 


W. S. Senkler 


Isaac F. Toms • 


W. R. Wilkinson 


Carried forward 




7,638 15 



i 



ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE. 



47 



Service. 



Brought forward 

penditure Authorized by Statute : — 

Province of Ontario. 

10 Junior County Court Judges, at $2,000 (11 paid) 

Hon. T. M. Benson 

W. P. A. Boys 

A. B. Carman 

A. 0. Chadwick 

F. Davis 

G. H. Dartnell , 

B. L. Doyle 

E. B. Fralick , 

A. Lacourse 

R. Lyon , 

Jos. E. Macdougall 



Travelling Allowances of County Court Judges, including 
Algoma , 



Province of Quebec. 

Cvurt of Queen's Bench :— 
Chief Justice — 

Hon. Sir A. A. Dorion 

5 Puisne Judges, at $5,000— 

Hon. S. C. Monk 

T. K. Ramsay 

U. J. Tessier 

Alex. Cross , 

L. F. G. Baby 

Superior Court : — 
Chief Justice — 

Hon. W. C. Meredith , 

10 Judges, at $5,000 (11 paid)— 

Hon. L. E. N. Casault 

L. B. Caron , 

M. Doherty 

F. G. Johnson , 

L. A. Jette , 

L. O. Loranger 

M. Matthieu , 

A. C. Papineau 

H. T. Rainville 

A. Stuart. 

F. W. Torrance 



13 Judges, at $4,000— 

Hon. A. R. Angers 

R. Alleyn 

E. T. Brooks 

L. Belanger 

J. B. Bourgeois 

G. C. V. Buchanan. 

W. W. Chagnon 

H. E. Cimon 

Chas. J. Gill 

J. A. Mousseau , 

Win. McDougall 

M. A. Plamondon... 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



2,000 00 
1,516 57 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 

21,516 57 



5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 



5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 



4,000 00 
505 37 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 01 
4,000 00 
1,774 21 
4,000 04 
4,000 00 



42,279 63 



$ cts. 



7,638 15 



200 00 
151 77 
200 00 
200 00 
200 90 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
20© 00 



218,862 30 



9,789 92 



21,516 57 



9,789 92 



6,000 00 



25,000 00 



6,000 00 



56,000 00 



92,000 00 



250,168 79 



48 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Service. 



$ cts. 



Brought forward. 



Expenditure Authorized by Statute : — 
Province of Quebec. 



L. V. Sicotte 

H. T. Taschereau. 



3 Judges, at $3,500 (2 paid)- 

Hon. T. McCord 

A. B. Routhier 



Court of Vice- Admiralty : — 
Salary of Judge- 
Eon. Geo. O'Kill Stuart. 



Circuit Allowances, Quebec ;- 
Queen' 8 Bench — 

Sir A. A. Dorion 

Hon. S. C. Monk 

T. K. Ramsay. 
U. J. Tessier..., 
Alex. Cross .... 
L. F. G. Baby 



Superior Court — 

Hon. A. R Angers 

L. Belanger 

J. B. Bourgeois 

E. T. Brooks , 

G. C. V. Buchanan. 

W. W. Ohagnon 

L. B. Caron 

H. E. Cimon 

Chas. S. Gill 

P. G. Johnson 

L. 0. Loranger 

M. Mathieu 

J. A. Mousseau 

T. McCord 

Wm. McDougall 

M. A. Plamondon... 

H. T. Rainville 

A. B. Routhier 

L. V. Sicott 

P. W. Torrance 

H. T. Taschereau.... 



42,279 63 



4,000 00 
4,000 00 



3,500 00 
3,500 00 



Province of Nova Scotia. 



Supreme Court of Nova Scotia 
Chief Justice — 

Hon. Jas. McDonald.. 



Judge in Equity— 
Hon. A. James. 



5 Pusine Judges, at $4,000— 
Hon. R. L. Weatherbee.. . 

W. H. Smith 

H. McDonald 

S. G. Rigby 

J. 8. D. Thompson. 



400 00 


500 00 


500 00 


700 00 


500 00 


500 00 


1,036 00 


1,276 00 


138 00 


96 00 


96 00 


42 00 


542 00 


210 00 


270 00 


190 00 


18 00 


180 00 


156 00 


830 00 


450 CO 


714 00 


84 00 


346 00 


402 00 


6 00 


330 00 



Carriei forward 29,000 00 



4,000 00 


4,000 00 


4,000 00 


4,000 00 


4,000 00 



$ cts. 



92,000 00 



50,279 63 



7,000 00 



1,360 15 



$ C1 



250,168 



3,100 00 



150,639 



7,412 00 



10,51 



5,000 00 



4,000 00 



20,000 00 



411,3! 



ADMINISTRATION Or JUSTICE. 



49 



Service. 



Brought forward 

penditure Authorized by Statute : — 

Province of Hova Scotia. — Concluded. 

Court of Vice-Admiralty : — 
Salary of Judge— 

Hon. Ja3. McDonald 



Circuit Allowances : — 

Hon. Jas. McDonald 

R. L. Weatherbee... 

H. W.Smith 

H. McDonald 

S. G. Rigby 

J. S. D. Toompson. 



County Courts : — 

Judge for Halifax Gounty- 
flon. G. A. Blanchard. 

6 other Judges, at $2,400— 
Hon. J. W. Johnston.., 

A. H. Savary 

B. E. Tremaine. .. 

S. Campbell 

W. A. u. Morse.. 
M. B. DesBrisay. 



Travelling Allowances of County Court Judge i 

Hon. Q. A. Blanchard , , 

J. W. Johnston k 

A. H. Savary 

B. E. Tremaine 

S. Campbell 

W. A. D. Morse 

M. B. DesBrisay 



Province ©f New Brans wicli. 

Supreme Court of New Brunswick : — 
Chief Justice — 

Hon. J. C. Allan 



4 Puisne Judges, at $4,000— 

Hon. G. King 

A. R. Wetmore 

J. W. Weldon 

John Jas. Eraser.... 



Judge in Equity — 

Hon. A. L. Palmer. 



Court of Vice- Admiralty ;— 
Salary of Judge— 

Hon. Uhas. Watters 



Circuit Allow in c-s ;— 

Hon J. C. Allan , 

G. King 

A. R. Wetmore 
J. W. Weldon... 

J. J. Praser , 

A L Palmer ... 



5-4 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



700 00 
400 00 
300 00 
800 00 
700 00 
300 00 



2,400 00 , 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2.400 CO 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 



200 00 
2C0 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4.000 00 
4,000 00 



400 00 
800 00 
500 00 
400 00 
500 00 
600 00 



cts. 



29,0C0 00 



600 00 



3,200 00 

2,400 00 



14,400 00 



1,400 00 



5,000 00 



16,000 00 
4,000 00 

600 CO 



3,200 00 



28,800 00 



cts. 



411,320 57 



51,000 00 



462,320 57 



50 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



Expenditure Authorized by Statute:— 



Province of New Brunswick— Concluded. 

Couniy Courts: — 

1 County Judge, at $3,000— 

Hon. Chas". Watters 

3 County Judges, at $2,400— 

Hon. B. Botsford 

Jas. Steadman 

Jas. Stevens 



1 County Judge, at $2,130— 
Hon. Wm. Wilkinson 



1 County Judge, at $2,000— 
Hon. Wm. Wedderburn . 



Travelling Allowances of County Court Judges : — 

Hon. Chas. Watters 

B. Botsford ..* 

Jas. Steadman 

Jas Stevens 

Wm. Wilkinson 

Wm. Wedderburn ■ 



Province of Manitoba. 



Court of Queers Bench: — 
Chief Justice — 

Hon. L. Wallbridge 

2 Puisne Judges, at $4,000— 

Hon. Jos. Dubuc 

T. W. Taylor 

Robt. Smith 



County Courts: — 

2 Uounty Court Judges, at $2,000 (3 paid)— 

Hon. Joseph Ryan 

D. M. Walker 

Wm. D. Ardagh 



Province of British Columbia. 



Supreme Court ; — 
Chief Justice — 

SirM. B. Begbie 

1 Puisne Judge— 

Hon. H. P. Crease 

3 Puisne Judges, at $4,000- 

Hon. J. H. Gray 

J. F. McCreight . 
Geo. A. Walkem. 



■Coun'y Coirt : — 

Hon. Eli Harrison. 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



3,000 00 

2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 



2,122 61 



2,000 00 



200 00 


200 00 


200 00 


200 00 


200 00 


200 00 



4,000 00 

4,000 00 

44 44 



2,000 00 
2,000 00 
2,000 00 



4,000 00 
4,000 00 
4,000 00 



% Cts. 



28,800 00 



14,322 61 



1,200 00 



5,000 00 



8,044 44 



6,000 00 



5,820 00 
4,850 00 

12,000 00 
440 00 



462,320 



44,322 



19,044 



ADMINISTRATION OP JUSTICE. 



51 



Service. 



Brought forward 

^Expenditure Authorized by Statute: — 

Province of Prince Edward Island. 



Superior Court : — 
Chief Justice — 

Hoa. K. Palmer 

Master of Rolls— 

Hon. Jas. H. Peters. 
Vice-Cha- cellor — 

Hon. Jos. Hensley..., 



Circuit Allowances ; — 

Hon. E. Palmer 

Jas. H. Peters. 
Jos. Hensley... 



Countv Courts ;— 

3 Judges, at J 2, 400— 

Hon. Geo. Alley , 

Thos. Kelley 

D. O.M. Reddin. 



Travelling Allowances of County Court Judges 

Hon. Geo, Alley 

Thos. Kelley 

D. 0. M. Reddin 



North-West Territories. 

3 Stipendiary Magistrates ; — 

Lieut -Col. Macleod, WIG, Fort Maclrol. 

Chas. B. Rouleau, Battleford 

Hugh Richardson, Regina. ,... 



cts. 



cts. 



200 00 
200 00 

200 00 



2,400 00 
2,400 00 
2,400 00 



200 00 
200 00 
200 00 



Total, Payable under Statute. 



4,000 00 
3,200 CO 
3,200 00 



600 00 



7,200 00 



600 00 



3,000 00 
2,275 00 
3,000 00 



$ cts 



548,797 62 



18,800 00 



8,275 00 
575,872 62 



5-4i 



52 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



K 



Service. 



Ttominion Pol oc 



Commissioner, Augustus Keefer 

Superintendent, A. P, Sherwood, 4 months, at $1,200.. 
do do 8 months, at $1,300. 



C , bv Sir John A. Macdonald. 



Detectives 

Sergeants 

<Jonstable3 

Supernumeraries 

Expenditure as per 0. 
Expenditure on account of enquiries of a confidential char- 
acter, by A. P. Sherwood 

Clothing 

Helmets, capes and leggings 

Boots and shoes , 

Revolvers aud ammunition 

Gratuity on retirement — Bvariste Thibault 

Medical services, R W. Powell, M.D 

Street car tickets 

Buttons, brushes, &c 

Groceries , 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Engraving , 

Frogs for bayonets and rifles ... 

Rent of telephone, 6 months 

Cab hire 

Mattresses , 

Telegraph codes and receipt books 

Hand stamps 

Towels , 

Badges 

Lantern , 

Stationery OfSce 

Queen's Printer , 



$ cts 



Total, Dominion Police 



$ cts. 



400 00 
80S 66 



400 03 



1,266 66 

640 50 

1,079 40 

10,607 65 

256 40 
3,000 00 

76 63 

1,255 25 

356 85 

257 40 
391 33 
152 08 

70 00 
40 00 
35 95 
32 01 
26 00 
20 45 

19 30 

20 00 
10 50 
13 50 

7 30 
7 05 
4 65 
4 00 
2 50 
60 91 
10 19 

20,124 49 



PENITENTIARIES. 



53 



Service. 



Kingston Penitentiary: — 

Staff Salaries — 

Warden, Jno. Creighton 

Deputy Warden, Wra. Sullivan 

Accountant, S. W. Scobell 

Protestant Chaplain, C. W. Cartwright. 

R. C. Chaplain, P. A. Twohey 

burgeon, M, Lovell 

Warden's Clerk, R. Creighton 

Storekeeper, P. O'Donnell 

Steward, Jas. Weir 

Matron, M. Leahy 

Deputy Matron, M. Bostridge 

Hospital Overseer, Jas. Halliday 

Clerk of Works, Jas. Adams 

Tailor Instructor, Wm. Gemniell < 

Keeper, stonecutter 



$ cts. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



muson 

carpenter , 

miller 

foundry.. 

quarry 

bakery... 

3 Keepers, at $600 , 

Farmer and gardener. 

Schoolmaster 

38 Guards 

1 Messenger. 

4 teamsters 



Officers' Retiring Gratuities — 

Jeremiah Dillon, Guar! 

do special allowance. 

Allan McDonald, Guard 

John Swift, Messenger 



Officers' uniforms. 
Rations- 



Beef, 12,720 lbs., at £8 93 $1,135 90 

do 85,074 do 6 33 5,385 19 



Pork, 
do 
do 
do 
do 



1,465 lbs., at $8 00 $ 117 20 

385 do 7 75 29 84 

12,840 do 7 00 898 80 

2,155 do 6 75 145 46 

2,428 do 6 50 157 82 



Codfish, 448 lbs., at 6c 

Herrings, 2 brls 

Chicken 

Potatoes, 4l£ bags at $1 40 $ 57 75 

60 60 

18 00 

3 00 

270 90 
.. 90 00 



do 


48 J do 


1 25 


do 


15 do 


1 20 


do 


4 bush, at 


75 


do 


430 do 


63 


do 


180 do 


50 



do 



2 ,083 J do 



60 1,249 95 



Onions, 120 bush 

Carrots , 

Tallow, 365 lbs., at 8jc. 

do 370 do 8c... 

do 350 do 7£c. 

do 983 do 7c, 



50. 



Suet, 80 lb=s., at 10c... 
•do 68 do 12£c. 



31 02 
29 60 
26 25 
68 81 



8 00 
8 50 



Carried forward. 



515 62 
550 00 

783 00 

1,472 92 



6,521 09 



1,349 12 

26 88 

12 50 

50 



1,750 20 

60 00 

2 00 



155 68 

16 50 
9.894 47 



$ cts. 



3,000 00 

1,400 00 

1,000 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,800 00 

800 00 

900 00 

700 00 

550 00 

350 00 

750 00 

1,100 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 

60 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

600 00 

1,798 33 

600 00 

600 00 

18,7S9 42 

600 00 

1,533 30 



$ cts. 



43,821 €5 



3 321 54 

1,903 16 



49,050 75 



54 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 18S3-4. 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



Kingston Penitentiary— Ccntinued. 

Rations- 
Salt, 4,S2G0 lbs., at £c 

Wheat, 2,307 bush., at $1 13 $2,606 95 

do 60i£ do 115 69L 63 

do 2,1811 do 1 17 2,552 01 

do £00|f do 1 10 880 82 

do 37 j do 1 00 37 75 



Barley, 7.0C0 lbs , at 2|c 

Pease, 32| bush., at$l 

Rice, 2,554£ lbs., at 3|c 

Butter, 2,669 lb3., at 20c 

Sugar, 9,373j do $7.20... 
do 25 do $9.C0. 



.$ 674 88 
2 25 



Tea, 2,4C6 1bs., at 18c 

Raisins, 138 lbs., at lie % 15 18 

do 84 do 9c 7 56 

do 20 do 8c 1 60 

do 10 do 7^c 75 



Currants, 255 lbs., at 7c... 
Syrup, 584f gals., at 55c. 
Oatmeal, 1,000 lbs., at 2|c. 

Eggs, 50 doz 

Vinegar, 356 gals., at 15c. 
Pepper, 360 lbs., at 15c... 

Malt, 4 bush , at &2 

Brandy, 3 galls., at $4 

do £ do 5 

do 1 do 



.$ 12 00 
2 50 
4 50 



Hops, 10 lbs., at 40c 

Starch, 43 lbs., at 8c , , 

Spice , 

Fruit 

Milk, 16£ galls , at 24c 

Tobacco^" 2,056| lbs., at 29c $596 31 

do 4 do 60c 2 40 



Soap, 6,000 lbs., at 5^c. 
Meat chopper 



Convict? clothing 

Travelling allowance and gratuity of 173 convicts. 

Discharge clothing for 173 convicts 

Bedding 

Tnteiments 

Chapels 

Library 

School 



Hospital 

Furniture 

Thermometer 

Magistrate's fee for swearing warden and accountant to 
monthly accounts 



Total maintenance of convicts . 

Healing — 

906 tons coal, at $4.78 $4,331 44 

327-459 do 5.00 1,637 89 

200 do 5.25 1,C50 00 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



9,894 47 



241 30 



,769 16 

192 50 

32 25 

95 78 

533 80 



677 13 
433 08 



25 09 
17 85 
521 65 

27 50 
14 76 

53 40 

54 00 
8 00 



19 00 
4 00 

3 44 
15 62 

4 38 
3 96 



598 71 

315 00 

11 35 



$ cts. 



20,367 18 

4,014 64 

2,537 50 

2,672 00 

178 17 

38 80 

95 87 

302 00 

93 37 

953 64 

5 00 
3 00 

6 00 



% cts, 



49.050 75 



31,267 if I 



80,317 9j 



11 



PENITENTIARIES. 



55 



Service. 



Brought forward.... 
iug-ston Penitentiary — Concluded. 



Heating — 

228 cords of wood, at $4.73. $1,078 44 

27£ do 3.09 84 21 



One five foot range and patent boiler. 

Stoves and heating apparatus , 

Customs papers for coal 



Light 

Repairs to buildings , 

Maintenance of machinery- 
Armoury 

Kitchen 

Farm 



Stables 

Two clocks , 

Stationery 

Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer 

Sundries --., 

Telegrams 

Postage 

Freight 

Express 

Advertising tenders for supplies, 



Kingston News". 



Total working expenses 

Total, Kingston Penitentiary. 



$ cts, 



7,019 33 



1,162 65 
155 00 
235 17 

5 75 



$ cts. 



8,677 90 

1,263 92 

4,387 82 

711 70 

48 60 
642 10 

1,082 64 

246 39 

8 00 

62 65 
331 49 

59 95 

6 83 
3 25 

63 60 

49 02 

7 85 
67 50 



$ cts. 



80,317 92 



17,621 21 



56 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1833-4. 



Service. 



St. Vincent de Panl Penitentiary 



Staff Salaries- 
Warden, G. Laviolette 

Deputy Warden, T. Ouimet 

Protestant Chaplain, J. Allen 

Roman Catholic Chaplain, J. 0. Godin. 

Surgeon, J. T Pomiuville 

Accountant, G. S Malepart 

Warden's Clerk, H. Lanctot 

Chief Keeper, T. McCarthy 

Storekeeper, G. B. Lamarche 

Steward, L. Maguret 

Schoolmaster, J. T. Dorais 

Tailor instructor, T. Leblanc , 

Carpenter do P. Dumas 



Stonecutter do J. Therien 

Blacksmith do A. Leduc 

Shoemaker do N. Beauparlant 

Baker do J. Vaudry 

Hospital keeper, J. Manning 

Engineer, J. Devlin 

Farmer and gardener, E. Kenny . 

8 keepers 

28 guards. 

1 messenger 

2 teamsters 

2 assistant chaplains 



Total salaries 

Retiring gratuities to officers. 
Officers' uniforms , 



Maintenance of convicts- 



Flour, 

Beef, 

Pork, 

Lard, 

Suet, 

Fi?h, 



930 brls. at $6 50. 
81,932 lba. at 9|c 



7,200 do 12§c 

650 do 15c .. 

50 do 12c 

3,520 do A}c 

Herrings, 20 brls. at $6 50 ,. 

Potatoes, 36 bags at $1 $36 00 

do 106 do 80c 84 80 

do 492 do 75c 369 00 

do 9| do 70c 6 77 



$ cts. 



Tea, 321 lbs. at 30c 

Sugar, 5,051 do 8^c 

Molasses, 984 galls, at 52c 

Butter, 758 lbs. at 20c 

Tobacco 2,6 11 do 32c 

Barley, 2 bush, at 90c $180 

do 5 do 85c 4 25 



do 1,100 lbs. at 31c. 



35 50 



Rice, 4,786 do 4c 

Pease, 48£ bush, at $1 00 
Turnips, 10 brls. at 1 50 
Onions, 10 do 3 75 

Salt, 16,100 lbs at £c 

Pepper, 400 do 12c. 

Vinegar, 113 galls at 35c .... 

Brandy, 1 gallon 

Malt, 3 bush, at $1 60... 
do 200 lbs ... 



$4 80 
9 35 



Carried forward 18,385 51 



6,015 00 

7,988 46 

9!8 00 

97 50 

6 00 

149 60 

130 00 



496 57 
96 30 
429 37 
511 68 
151 60 
845 12 



41 55 
191 44 
48 58 
15 00 
37 50 
80 50 
48 00 
39 59 
4 00 



14 15 



$ cts. 



2,600 00 


1,400 00 


1,200 00 


1,200 00 


1,200 00 


1,000 00 


800 00 


800 00 


800 00 


700 00 


600 00 


750 00 


700 00 


700 00 


700 00 


700 00 


700 00 


750 00 


800 00 


610 00 


4,400 00 


13,967 58 


500 00 


795 56 


217 74 





J 41,634: 



11 



PENITENTIARIES. 



5* 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary — Continued. 



Maintenan ce— Con tinued. 

Hops, 10 lbs. at $1 10 , $11 00 

do 30 do 60 J8 00 



Milk, 388 quarts at 6c $23 28 

do 560 do 5c 28 00 



Eggs, 15 doz. at 30c 

Oatmeal, 1,200 lbs. at 3c. 
Raisins, 56 do 10c. 
Currants, 50 do 9c. 
Apples, 4 brls. at $4 75... 
Spice 



Total Rations 

Clothing for convicts 

Convicts' travelling allowance, 
do discharge clothing ..., 

Bedding 

Chapels 

Library 

School 

Escapes 

Hospital , 

Transfer of convicts 

Travelling Expenses of the — 

Warden 

Deputy Warden 

Storekeeper.. 

Tailor instructor 

Accountant 

Warden's Clerk 

Farmer and gardener 

Teamster „ 



Total, Maintenance. 



Working Expenses — 
105 cords of wood 
25 do 

200 do 

201 tons, 120 lbs 
51 do 1,745 
60 do 1,210 



at $7 00 

6 75 , 

6 00 

of coal, at $7 94 
do 8 09. 

do 6 59. 



Stove furnishings and repairs. 



Total heating 

Light.. 

Repairs to buildings 

Maintenance of machinery. 

Armoury 

Kitchen... 

Stationery , 

Farm 

Stables 

Watchman at quarry. 

Telegrams 

Postage , 

Freight 

Express 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



18,385 51 



29 00 



51 28 

4 50 
36 00 

5 60 
4 50 

19 00 
29 73 



37 10 

I 95 

68 55 

54 25 

45 45 

3 50 

10 25 

1 40 



735 00 
168 75 
1,200 00 
1,596 37 
418 89 
398 96 
144 00 



$ cts. 



18,565 12 

5,900 41 

1,047 00 

2,915 76 

411 02 

360 41 

147 75 

11 85 

4 35 

632 84 

119 20 



222 45 



4,661 97 

1,023 94 

1,150 24 

70 79 

51 92 

543 93 

7 75 

573 49 

2,175 59 

48 75 

19 28 

23 71 

9 30 

16 70 



$ eta 



41,634 33 



30,333 l€ 



10,377 3S 



71,972 49 



58 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Service. 



Brought forward , 

St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary — Concluded. 



Advertising for Supplies, Sec. — 
*• Canadian Illus* rated News "..., 

11 Journal of Commerce " 

"Post" Printing Co 

"L'Etendard" 

" Moniteur du Commerce " , 

"Gazette " 

" Legal News ".. 

" Le Monde" 

" La Minerve " 

" Shareholder" 

"Star" 

" Nouvelles Soirees Canadieones 
M Morning Chronicle " 



Watchmakers' tools. 

Queen's Printer 

Stationery Office ... . 



Total Working Expenses 

Total, St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary. 



$ cts. 



33 00 

22 10 
20 75 

23 27 
22 10 
29 93 
11 0) 
25 05 
25 73 
22 10 
33 20 

5 60 
17 60 



cts 



10,377 36 



$ cts. 



71,972 49 



291 43 

3 80 

267 87 

251 84 



11,192 30 
83,164 79 



11 



PENITENTIARIES. 



59 



Service. 



orchester Penitentiary : — 



Staff Salaries- 
Warden, Blair Botsford , 

Deputy Warden, Jno. B. Foster , 

Accountant, Jno A. Gray 

Surgeon, Robt. Mitchell 

Protestant Chaplain, J. R. Campbell . , 

Roman C. Chaplain, E E. Labbe , 

Chief Keeper, George Keeffe 

Storekeeper. Jno. Fraser 

Steward, Chas. Ross 

Hospital Keeper, Patrick McGowan 

Matron, Mr3 Chipman 

Deputy Matron, Mrs. Keefe 

Carpenter Instructor, Chas. Miller , 

Blacksmith do Jno. Downey , 

Mason do Wm. Fegan 

Shoemaker do Nathan Tattrie.... 

Engineer, Robt. J. Cooke , 

Schoolmaster, Thos. Short 

3 Keepers 

18 Guards 

1 Messenger 

1 Farmer..... 

1 Teamster , 



Uniforms for officers. 



Maintenance of Convicts — 

Bread, 78 cwt., at $3 37£ $ 263 25 

do 41,533 loaves, at 5|c 2,388 14 



Beef, 2,311 lbs., at 7c $ 161 77 

do 605 do 6£c 37 51 

do 20,552 do 6^c 1,305 06 

Fish, 3.978 lbs., at 4|c 

Pork, 5 brls., at $20 50 , 

Suet, 15 lbs., at 10c $ 1 50 

do 30 do 15c 4 50 



Potatoes, 50 bush., at 28c , , 

Beans, 28J bush., at $2 50 $ 70 83 

do 5' do 2 60 13 00 



Barley, 16|bush., at $2 10 

Cornmeal, 2,784 lbs., at 2£c $ 62 64 

do 8 brls., at $3 63 29 20 



Oatmeal, 2,966 lbs., at 3£c 

Onions, 1,800 lbs , at 3c $ 54 00 

do 300 do 4%c 13 50 



Vinegar, 33 galls., at 25c $ 8 25 

do 43 do 26c 1118 



Pepper, 118 lbs., at 18c. 

Salt, 5,386 do £c 

do 1,224 do fc 



26 93 
9 18 



Tea, 1191bs., at 26c $ 30 94 

do 55 do 24c 13 20 

do 1,002 do 20c 200 40 



Carried forward. 



$ cts, 



2,651 39 



1,504 34 
188 95 
102 50 



6 00 
14 00 



83 83 

34 86 



91 84 
103 61 



67 50 



19 43 
21 24 



36 11 



244 54 



5,170 14 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



2,000 00 

1,200 CO 

1,C00 00 

1,2C0 00 

550 00 

550 00 

800 00 

700 00 

700 00 

600 00 

500 00 

300 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

600 00 

800 00 

600 00 

1,650 00 

8,980 72 

500 00 

600 00 

196 34 



26,127 06 
1,294 73 



27,421 79 



63 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



II 



Service. 



Brought forward 

Dorchester Penitentiary — Continued. 



Maintenance- Continued. 

Sugar, 5451bs., at 8$c $ 46 33 

do 3,034 do 7*c 227 55 



Molasses, 260 galls., at 48c 

Tobacco, 652 lbs., at '29c $189 i"8 

do 74 do 36$c 27 01 



Rice, 1,344 lbs., at 4jc 

Soap, 840 1b:?., at4£c $35 70 

do 252 do 5c 12 60 



Butter, tea, fruit, spices, &c, Christmas extras, 
Express on rations 



Total Rations 

Clothing for convicts 

Convicts' travelling allowance. 
Convicts' discharge clothing... 

Bedding, 

Chapels , 

L ; brarj^. 

iSchool 

Escapes , 

Hospital , 

Transfer of convicts , 



Total Maintenance. 
Working Expenses — 

314* tons cf coal, at $2 30 

5J do 1 65 

16 do 1 75 

85 J do 6 50 ....... 

Freight on coal 

Stove fixings 

Coal scuttles, , 



Total for Fuel 

Light 

Repairs to buildings 

Maintenance of machinery 

Armoury . 

Kitchen 

Stationery 

Farm 

Stable 

L. K. Harris ..n, legal services re land purchase. 

Telegrams 

Postage. , 

Freight 

Express 

Advertising tenders for Supplies — 

St. John "Maple Leaf" 

St. John " Daily News" 

Newcastle "Union Advocate" — 

Moncton " Times" 

Chatham "World" 

Fiedericton "Reporter" 

St. Andrews "Bay Pilot" 

Woodstock "Press" 

St. John "Intelligencer" 

Shediac "Le Moniteur Acadien " 



Carried forward. 



$ eta. 



5,170 14 



273 88 
124 80 



216 09 
57 12 



48 30 

74 06 

276 85 



723 35 

9 09 

28 00 

555 75 

675 90 

2 85 

8 93 



5 61 
9 00 

6 63 
8 16 
8 16 

20 40 
6 12 
4. 25 

5 61 

6 12 



80 06 



$ cts. 



6.241 24 

1,429 99 

242 00 

484 44 

107 46 

57 53 

21 63 

26 58 

89 02 

505 92 

117 75 



2,003 87 
390 63 
263 33 
155 41 
18 90 
299 65 

67 20 
963 87 
485 03 

68 50 
29 66 
61 07 
37 93 
63 40 



PENITENTIARIES. 



61 



Service. 



Brought forward 

ifrrchester Penitentiary— Concluded. 

Advertising tenders for Supplies— Continued 

St. Croix " Courier" 

St. John "Sun" 

St. John "Uhristian Visitor" , 



Queen's Printer ,, 
Stationery Office. 



Total Working Expenses 

Capital — 

Mr. Justice Palmer, for 39| acre3 of land, at 
Interest at 6 per cent, for 4 mouths 



Industries — 

171 pine logs 



Total, Dorchester Penitentiary. 



% cts. 



80 06 



6 75 

19 00 

9 18 



$ cts. 



4,908 50 



114 99 
60 63 
88 6Q 



3,577 50 

71 55 



$ ets. 



36,745 35 



5,172 78. 

3,649 05 

208 22 

45,775 40 



62 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-1. 



Service. 



$ cts. 



Manitoba Penitentiary: — 

Staff Salaries- 
Warden, 8. L. Bedson 

Accountant and Storekeeper, A. 0. Crookshank. 

Protestant Chaplain, F F. W. Green 

Roman Catholic Chaplain, G. C. Cloutier 

Surgeon. W. R. D. Sutherland 

Ohief Keeper, M D. 0. Macdonell 

Engineer. John Mustard 

Trade Instructor and Guard, Alex Garven 

Steward and Schoolmaster, Wm Abbott, 

8 Guards 

I Messenger and Guard 

5 extra Guards , 



Total Salaries , , 

Officers' retiring gratuities 

do uniforms , 

Maintenance of Convicts — 

Flour, 205 bags at $^ 25 $666 25 

do 634 do 3 20 2,028 80 

do 32 do 3 10 99 20 



cts 



2,000 00 
1,000 00 
499 92 
499 92 
600 00 
900 00 
900 00 
819 93 
999 96 
4,200 00 
600 00 
859 33 



$ Ct: 



13,879 
924 
630 



Beef, 27,300 lbs. at lHe 

Veal, 890 do 15c 

Mutton, 78H do 15c , 

Pork, 15 brls. at $25 00 $375 00 

do 12 do 19 00 , 228 00 



Ham, 75 lbs at 17c. 
do ISO do 19c. 



$12 75 
34 20 



Bacon, 97 lbs. at 20c $19 40 

do 19$ do 19c 3 7i 



do 



do 18c. 



4 14 



Lard, 47 tins, at 60c . 

Butter, 239| lbs., at 35c $ 83 82 

do 7121 do 30c 213 65 



Tea, 
do 
do 
do 


10 lb3.. at 80c 


2 do 70c 

12 do 60c 

132^ do 40c. 


do 
do 


27lj do 35c 
71 do 30c 



8 00 

1 40 

7 20 

53 00 

95 03 

21 30 



2,794 25 

3,412 50 

133 50 

117 22 



603 00 



46 95 



27 25 

28 20 



Coffee, 35 lbs., at 50c $ 17 50 

do 81 do 45c 37 80 

do 10 do 35c 3 50 1 



Sugar, 20 lbs., at 14$c % 



do 


50 


do 


48 


do 


1,286 


do 


1,359 


do 


864 


do 


1,722 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



14c. 
12|c. 
12c, 
lie. 
lO.Jc. 
9c. 



Syrup, 31- galls., at$l 15. 
do 21 do 1 00 

do 2 do 1 45 

do 2 kegs, at 4 40. 
do 7 do 4 00. 



$ 2 90 


7 00 


6 00 


154 32 


149 49 


88 56 


154 98 


. $ 4 00 


21 00 


2 90 


8 f-0 


. 28 00 



Carried forward. 



297 47 


185 93 


58 80 


563 25 


64 70 


8,333 02 



15,434 



PENITENTIARIES. 



63 



- 



Service. 



Brought forward... 
Manitoba Penitentiary— Con tinued. 



Maintenance— Continued. 

Hops, 2 lbs., at $125 $ 2 50 

do 13 do 75 9 75 

do 12 do 1 00 12 00 

do 3 do 65. 195 



Tobacco, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

Vinegar, 
do 
do 
do 
do 



94 lbs , at 50c 



132 

132 
148 
135 



do 
do 

do 

do 



3 plugs 



42-|-c. .. 
42c... 
37c... 
41c -. 
at 25c 



47 00 
55 77 
55 44 

54 76 

55 35 
75 



Igall 

20 galls., at %\ 10... 

2 do 80. 

3 do 75. 
10 do 70. 



$ 1 75 
22 00 

1 60 

2 25 
7 00 



Beans, 3 bags, at $12 50 $ 37 50 

do 6 do 6 49| 38 98 

do 15 bush., at 3 90 „„ 58 50 

do 20 do 3 45 69 00 



Salt, 7 brls., at $4 40 $ 30 80 

do 4 do 3 25 13 00 

do 1 brl 5 00 

do 19 sacks 3 00 

do 93^ lbs 187 

Potatoes, 18 bush., at 70c 

Split pease, 5 brls 

Oatmeal, 3 brls., at $7 00 $ 21 00 

do 1,030 lbs , at 5c 5150 

do 588 do 4£c 26 46 

Pepper, 72 lbs., at 40c , 

Baking powder, 13 tins , 

Cornstarch, 24 packages, at 20c 

Rice, 35 lbs., at 10c 

do 15 do 9c 



3 50 
1 35 



Eggs 

Biscuits 

Mustard 

Olive oil 

Spice 

One box soap 

Milk, 309£ qts., at 8c , 

Beer, 16 gals., at 60c 

Onions, 15 lbs., at 10c 

Meat-saw blades 

Hard tack 

Fruit, spice, &c, Christmas extras. 
Freight 



Total rations , 

Convicts' clothing , 

Convicts' travelling allowance. 
Convicts' discharge clothing...., 

Bedding 

•Interments , 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



333 02 



26 20 



269 07 



34 



203 98 



53 67 
12 60 
45 69 



98 96 

28 80 

11 00 

4 80 



4 85 

4 93 
15 10 
11 25 

7 00 
13 10 

5 00 
24 76 

9 60 

1 50 

1 04 

56 23 

32 37 

35 17 



$ cts. 



9,344 29 

2,290 86 

245 00 

399 21 

173 56 

36 00 



12,488 92 



15,434 58 



64 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



II 



Service. 



Brought forward... 
Maui toba Penitentiary— Continued. 



Maintenance- 
Chapels.. 
Library.. 
School ... 

Escapes . 
Hospital 



■Concluded. 



Total for Maintenance. 



Working Expenses— 

607J cords of wood at $5 80. 

32^ do 5 00. 

45 do 8 00. 

blh do 4 50. 

3*2| do 4 CO 

121 do 3 75. 

391^ tons of coal 

Freight on coal 

Stove fixings 



Heating =. 

Light . . 

Repairs to buildings 

Maintenance of machinery. 

Armory 

Kitchen 

{Stationery 

Farm .... 



Stable3 - - • 

Prison furnishing „., 

Telegrams , 

Postage 

H. G. McMicken, 33£ trips to Stony Mountain, at $12. 
Freight on sundry articles , 



Express 

Advertising tenders for firewood — Winnipeg " Times,' 

50 lines, 6 insertions, at 10 and 5c 

Selkirk " Herald " 



Officers' quarters 

Hoard account 

Wardens Expenses in Winnipeg — 

Rent of room for 12 months at $5 00. 
Meals in Winnipeg during the year. 

Cabs for the year in Winnipeg 

Telegrams for the year 



Accountant's board and travelling expenses— 

44| days board in Winnipeg, at $3 50 

17£ trips to and from Winnipeg, at 80c 



Messenger's Travelling Expenses 

Acting Surgeon — 

Livery and feed for W. R. D. Sutherland, 33 trips, 
Expenses to date as Acting Surgeon 



at $6. 



Livery and feed, C. W. Graham 

Rent of telephone 

Estate— 

Aikens, Culver & Hamilton— Law costs re Bedson 



penitentiary exchange 

F. W. Vaughan, services as Land Surveyor. 



Carried forward 



% cts. 



3,525 00 
163 85 
360 00 
249 74. 

1,489 03 
453 75 

3,493 22 

789 24 

19 40 



402 00 
7 95 



17 50 
4 00 



60 00 

125 45 

29 50 

50 



56 63 
14 00 



198 00 
122 00 



50 50 
25 00 



$ cts. $ cts. 



12,4S8 92 | 15,434 58 



35 75 

114 65 

29 78 

262 80 

1,050 33 



10,543 23 

1,011 25 

122 61 

30 93 

112 57 

376 71 

162 67 

927 87 

1,877 19 

183 33 

205 93 

115 GO 



409 95 

17 20 



21 50 

30 63 

4 50 



215 45 



170 63 

11 25 



320 CO 
242 50 
110 00 



75 50 



17,299 00 



11 



PENITENTIABIE8. 



65 



Service, 



Brought forward.... 
Manitoba Penitentiary — Gon eluded. 



Estate — Concluded. 

George Cox, engraving and lithographing. 

Stationery Office, 

Queen's Printer 



Less- 



Total for maintenance. 



Keep of lunatics transferred to Manitoba Subsidy 
Account. 



Miscellaneous, North-We3t Territories. 



do 



Keewatin. 



Total, Manitoba Penitentiary. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



17,299 00 



94 50 
141 70 
199 92 



4,070 32 
491 40 
680 38 



$ cts. 



29,416 81 



17,735 12 



47,151 93 



5,242 10 



41,909 83 



Audit Office, Ottawa, December 15, 1883. 



Sir, 



The July, August and September "vouchers of the Manitoba Penitentiary 
for the current year have been examined in this office, and I have to remark that, in 
the contingent account paid out of advance, Mr. Crookshank's charge for travelling 
expenses forms a considerable item. 

The principal object of his visits to Winnipeg appears to be to pay accounts and 
obtain cheque forwarded to him. 

I cannot understand why the accounts, under almost every circumstance, could 
not be paid by cheque, thereby saving the Accountant's board for two or throe days 
at a time. 

I observe that the charges contained in vouchers " 4 " and " 6 " of September 
contingent account have been paid by drafts on Mr. Bedson. 

This method of payment is iriegular, as the Warden has no authority to accept a 
draft in payment of a charge incurred by him for the Government. 

In the former case, I would request that 50c, the amount of the Bank commission, 
be refunded, and in the latter that a detailed statement for $51.43, the amount 
of the draft, be forwarded to this effice, as I am unable to examine the justice of the 
charge without an account. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

J. L. McDOTJGALL, A.G. 
The Deputy Minister of Justice. 



Audit Officb, Ottawa, March 7, 1884. 

Sir, — In my letter of Dec. 15th, I called your attention to the contingent expendi- 
ture of the Accountant of the Manitoba Penitentiary for the months of July, August 
ind September. I now add those of October, November and December. 

I take the same objections to the above expenditure for the latter three months 
that I did, in my letter of the said date, for that of the former. 

I enclose the account for the past six months. You will see that the average 
aumber of days in Winnipeg, per month, is " 7," and that the average monthly 
expenditure for the service in question is §26.8*7, 

Will you kindly give reasons for the apparently unnecessary delay each trip, 
ilso note the error of 1 2c. in the calculation of July expenses. 

I wish, moreover, to call your attention to the following vouchers : 

5 — 5 



66 DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. il 



Numbers 90 and 91, of Manitoba, for November. 
" 107 " " December. 

" 130 and 140 of St. V. de Paul, for January* 
In the former Penitentiary, there were books and paper purchased to the value 
of $22.28, and in the latter there were books to the value of $41.45. 

Those articles should have been purchased through the Stationery Office, at 
Ottawa. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.&. 
The Dy. Minister of Justice. 



Justice Dept., Ottawa, April 28, 1884. 

Sia, — In reply to your communication of the 7th ultimo, in reference to the 
Accountant's travelling expenses, and stationery and books purchased at the Manitoba 
Penitentiary in November and December, 1883, I have the honor to inform you that 
Warden Bedson, under date 21st inst., reports as follows, viz.: — " I have the honor 
" to state that the Accountant of this Penitentiary accounts for the large expanse in 
li going to and fro to Winnipeg on business connected with the institution in paying 
" accounts, principally to the fact that only three trains per Week run between the two 
u points, and it is, of course, necessary to wait over in order to obtain the time neces- 
" sary. I may state that I have instituted anew method of paying accounts, which in 
" future will prevent the excess in expenditure complained of. 

" With regard to the charge for envelopes in voucher No. 126, it could not have 
" been avoided, owing to the delay of the Stationery Department in not readily com- 
" plying with our requisition. I may add the same with respect to the diaries. These 
" were requisitioned for on the 16th Oct., 1833, and again on 19th January, 1884, but 
41 did not come to hand until the 27th February last." 

I have the|honor to be, &c., 

GEO. W. BURBIDGE, D.MJ. 

The Auditor-General. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Mar. 26, 1884 

Sie, — In voucher No. 82 of the November accounts of the Manitoba Penitentiary 
for the current year, there is a charge for two sets of harness, one double $1 10, and 
one single $55. 

I do not consider it my duty to make any remarks, under ordinary circumstan 
ces, on the prices of articles supported by the usual Departmental authority. 

In this case, however, the prices are so high that I should be glad to know 
reason for it. 

I observe you withheld your assent to the passing of the item and presume yoi 
have had the necessary explanation. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G 

The Dy, Minister of Justice. 



Justice Dept., Ottawa, Mar. 27, 1884, 

Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge receipt of your communication of th 
26th instant, in re harness purchased by the Warden of Manitoba Penitentiary, il 
November last. In reply I send you a copy of Warden Bedson's report, as contains 



li PENITENTIARIES. <5fc 



in his letter of the 2nd January last, namely : — " I have the honor to acknowledge 
" the receipt of yours, dated the 15th ult., in which you ask for a report in re harness 
"purchased from the Hudson Biy Co., and in reply beg leave to say that the har- 
" ness was got from England, as it is more durable and of better quality than could 
" be got in this country." 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

GEO. W. BURBIDGE, D.M.J. 
The Auditor-General. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Mar. 27, 1884. 

Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge your letter of this date, containing an 
explanation of the excessive cost of the harness purchased by the Warden of the 
Manitoba Penitentiary in November last. 

I do not care to pursue the subject further than to say that the explanation 
seems to me to be very unsatisfactory. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 
The By. Minister of Justice. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, Apl. 30, 1884. 

Sir, — I have your letter of this date, containing the pay list cheque of the 
Manitoba Penitentiary for the month of February, 1884. 

I observe that this cheque is countersigned, not by Mr. Crookshank, the Accoun- 
tant, but by Mr. Bedson the Warden. 

Would you be good enough to inform mo by what authority Mr. Bedson under- 
took the responsibility of countersigning this cheque ? 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.a. 

The Dy. Minister of Justice. 

Justice Dept., Ottawa, May 2, 1884. 

Sir,— In reply to your letter of the 30th April, I have the honour to state that 
it was observed in this Department that the cheque referred to by you had been 
countersigned by Mr. Bedson and not by Mr. Crookshank. 

So far as I am aware, Mr. Bedson had no authority to countersign the cheque. 
I have been in correspondence with him on the subject, and he explains, that as the 
Accountant was on sick leave and not available for duty, he thought he was the only 
person who could be considered in a position to siga the Accountant's name, and did 
so, though perhaps not legally authorized. 

I think the bank were equally wrong in cashing the cheque when it was not 
properly countersigned, at least without authority from Mr. Crookshank, and I think 
it would be well for you to call their attention to the fact, aad give them to under- 
stand that the payment of a cheque so signed in future will not be recognized. 

I am, &c, 

GEO. W. BURBIDGE, JDMJy 
The Auditor-General. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, May 3, 1884* 

Sir, — 1 observe that the pay list cheque of the Manitoba Penitentiary for the 
month of February, 1884, is countersigned by the Warden and not by the Account- 
ant of that Institution. 

5-5J 



68 DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. if 



You are, no doubt, aware that the credit given to the Warden and Accountant is 
a joint one, and this necessitates every cheque being signed by the former and coun- 
tersigned by the latter. 

I have therefore to request that you will refuse to cash any cheque of the above 
nature which does not bear the proper signature and countersignature. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 
Merchants Bank, Winnipeg. 



Merchants Bank, Winnipeg, May 7, 1884. 

Sib, — Your favor of the 3rd inst. is to hand, and in reply I would say that it is our 
invariable practice to require the signature of the Acct. as well as that of the Warden 
on the penitentiary cheques, I regret that in the present instance the omission of the 
former signature was overlooked at the time of cashing the cheque, and can assure 
you that we will use every endeavor to prevent a recurrence of this irregularity. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

JOHN C. MOEE, Jor Mgr. 

The Auditor-General. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Oct. 9, 1884. 

Sir, — I have completed the examination of vouchers connected with the expen- 
diture of the Manitoba Penitentiary for the fiscal year ended June 30th, 1884. 

There are two items of expenditure upon which further information is required 
by this office to ensure a full examination of the accounts, viz, a payment of $402 
to H. G. McMicken for 33^ trips between Stony Mountain and Winnipeg, and a 
payment of $122 to W. K. D. Sutherland, M. D., for expenses in full while acting 
surgeon. 

Would you kindly explain the nature of the services performed by Mr. McMicken, 
that he should receive one-half of his claim through the Department of Public Works 
and the remainder through the Department of Justice ? 

I would like some more definite account of Mr. Sutherland's expenses. 

He is a paid officer of the Penitentiary at a fixed salary, and I cannot understand 
the nature of the expenses referred to. 

I would be glad of a reply at your earliest convenience, to enable me to complete 
my Keport. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 

The Dy. Minister of Justice. 



Ottawa, 16th October, 1884. 

Sir, — With reference to the payment of $402 to H, G, McMicken, for 33 J trips 
between Winnipeg and Stony Mountain, I have the honor to inform you that the 
sum is one-half of an account of $804 rendered by Mr. McMicken for the transport 
of goods and materials from Winnipeg to Stony Mountain during the year 1882. 

The Warden of the Manitoba Penitentiary reported that at the time of the 
transport, the accounts were rendered and duly certified by Mr. Lecourt, the Agent 
of the Public Works Department, and by himself. I made an effort to obtain more 
specific details of the account and of the services, as I was desirous of knowing 
whether these charges for transport should be paid by the Public Works Department 
or by the Department of Justice. 



U PENITENTIARIES. 69 



|5F .When at Stony Mountain, in the summer of 1883, I had the persons before me, 
and made full enquiry into the matter, and came to the conclusion that it was au 
account which the Government would have to pay. I also satisfied myself by refer- 
ence to Mr. Smith, the present Agent of the Public Works Department there, that 
the charges, assuming that the trips were made, were not unreasonable. 
(fofc Being unable, however, to separate those charges that should be paid by the 
Public Works Department in connection with the construction, and those which 
should be paid by the Department of Justice, with reference to maintenance, I pro- 
posed to the Public Works Department that we should each pay one-half of the 
account, which was done. 

The amount ($122) paid to Dr. Sutherland, in August last, was in settlement of 
an old claim of $222, that he had against the Manitoba Penitentiary for horse hire, 
when visiting, as Acting Surgeon, for six months prior to his appointment as Surgeon, 
in April, 1882. 

I have the honor to be, &c., 

A. POWER, for JD. M.J. 

The Auditor-General. 












TO 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Service. 



Columbia Penitentiary : — 

Staff Salaries— 

Warden, A. H. McBride 

Deputy Warden, Jas. Fitzsimmons 

Protestant Chaplain, R. Jamieson 

Catholic do E. M. J. Horris 

Accountant, 1st July — 19th Nov., A. H. Falding 

do 10th March— 30th June, W. H. Keary . , 

Acting Accountant, Jos. Robinson , 

Surgeon, C. A. Trew. 



Trade Instructor, 1st Nov.— 30th June, Geo. McKenzie. 

do 1st Nov.— 30th Jan., H. Walsh 

do 18th Apr.— 30th June, Jno. McRoberts 

Steward, T. A. Mclnnes , 

Guards , 

Schoolmaster, 1st July— 19th Nov., A. H. Falding... 
do 10th March— 30th June, W. H. Keary. 

Teamster and Guard. P. Smyth 

Messenger and Guard, P. Hume 



Total Salaries 

Officers' uniforms 

do retiring gratuities 

Maintenance of Convicts — 

Bread, 60, 101 lbs., at 4c $2,4^4 04 

do 4,990 do 5c 249 50 

Flour, 10 sacks $17 75 

do 350 lbs 12 75 



Beef, 1,465^ lbs., at 9ic $ 139 21 

do 14,892£ do 7|c 1116 91 



Fish, 1,454 lbs., at 6£c $ 94 61 

do 2,571 do 5c 128 55 



Butter, 60 lbs., at 37Jc $22 50 

do 8 do 40o 3 20 



Tallow, 50 lbs., at 7$c 

Tea, 172 lbs., at 33c $5« 76 

do It do 35c 3 50 



Sugar, 2,238 lbs., at ll£c 

Syiup, 97$ galls., at $1 00 $97 50 

do 5 do 1 25 6 25 



Oatmeal, 920 lbs , at 4c $36 80 

do 60 do 5£c 2 75 

Salt, 2,050 lbs 

Pepper, 50 lbs., at 20c 

Vinegar, 10 galls., at 50c 

Tobucco, 34 lbs., at 50c 

do 266J ao 49c , 



$ 17 00 
130 46 



Rice, 700 lbs., at 4*c $31 60 



do 50 do 6*c. 



2 75 



Raisins, 141b 7 

Currants, 14 lbs., at 20c... 
Spice and sundry supplies. 



Total Rations 

Convicts' clothing 

travelling allowance and gratuity, 
discharge clothing 



do 
do 

Bedding 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



2,653 54 

30 50 

1,256 12 

223 06 



25 70 
3 75 



60 26 
257 37 



103 75 



39 55 

18 63 

10 00 

6 00 



147 46 



34 25 
6 00 
2 80 

26 24 



$ cts. 



1,500 00 

1.175 00 

525 00 

525 00 

391 70 

248 22 

82 50 

641 66 

600 00 

174 75 

151 69 

754 24 

6,417 33 

77 06 

62 06 

650 00 

600 00 



4,903 98 

2,202 81 

235 00 

700 00 

290 43 

8,332 22 



11 



PENITENTIARIES. 



71 



Service, 



Brought forward 

British Columbia Penitentiary — Concluded. 

Maintenance — Concluded. 

Chapels , 

Library M , 

School , 

Escapes « , 

Hospital 

Furniture 

Keep of convicts in Victoria prison after their sentence 

at the Assizes — 

7 convicts, 146 days each, at $0.75. • „ , 

Keep of convicts in Westminster prison— 

5 convicts, for 14 days each, at $0.75...... 

Warden's travelling expenses to Victoria to meet the 

Minister .. , 

Travelling expenses of G. Gruickshank, from Weston 

to Montreal and return , 

Services of G. Cruickshank, 14th to 29th December.., 



Taking stock, British Columbia Penitentiary — 

W. H.Falding* ■. 

Jas. Fitzsimmons*..... 



Total Maintenance. 



Working Expenses — 

Heating, 148f tons coal, at $7 00., 
do stove furnishing...... ....... 



Light 

Repairs to buildings 

Armoury 

Kitchen 

Farm 

Stables...- 

Stationery ., 

Postage. 



Subscription to papers «.. 

Advertising. lmm 

Telegrams 

Express 

Magistrate' 8 fee, taking affidavits.... 

Queen's Printer , 

Industries — 

Supplies for blacksmith's shop.— 

do tailor's shop 

do shoemaker's shop...., 



$ cts. 



48 56 
100 00 



17 50 
17 50 



1,041 25 
2 55 



Total, Biitish Columbia Penitentiary... 



47 82 
235 39 
557 02 



$ cts. 



8,332 22 



3 00 

103 20 
1 50 

50 00 
149 74 

95 03 



766 50 
52 50 
31 50 

148 56 

35 00 



1,043 80 

506 36 

184 30 

149 25 

350 03 

349 97 

172 87 

95 22 

13 75 

4 00 

69 14 

22 59 

6 00 

6 75 

12 21 



840 23 



$ cts. 



14,611 95 



9,768 75 



3,826 47 



28,207 17 



* The Department of Justice has asked Messrs. Falling and Fitzsimmons to refund the amounts 
charged for taking stock. 



72 DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. il 



Audit Office, Ottawa, March 2*7, 1884. 

Sir, — In examining the February vouchers of the British Columbia Penitentiary 
for the current year, I fiud au item of $82.50 charged by James Robinson for making 
out accounts for August, September, October, November, December, January and 
February. 

Mr, Falding was paid his full salary (at the rate of $1,000 per annum) 
Accountant, Storekeeper and Schoolmaster, nntil the 19th of November inclusive. 

Will you kindly explain why both parties are paid for the same work* 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

J. L. MoDOUGALL, A.G. 

The Dy. Minister of Justice. 



Justice Dept., Ottawa, April 24, 1884 

Sir, — In reply to your communication of the 27th uit., in re amount $32.50 
paid to Mr. Robinson for making up the accounts at British Columbia Penitentiary, 
from 1st August, 18d3, to 29th February, 1884, 1 have the honour to inform you, that 
Warden McBride reports that, when Mr. Falding left the Penitentiary, the work in 
the Accountant's office was over three months in arrears, and in order to have the 
accounts paid, and the receipted vouchers returned to your office, as requested in yot 
letter of the 1st February last, he was obliged to employ Mr. Robinson, as he had 
accountant, and no officer on his staff who could do the work. 

I have the honour to be, &c, 

GEO. W. BUEBIDGB, DM J. 
The Auditor-General. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Sept. 2fr, 1884. 

Sir, — I have to draw your attention to the enclosed account of $35.00, charge 
for taking stock at the British Columbia Penitentiary. 

The above payment was made to permanent officers of the Government and 
therefore contrary to sec. 49, sub-sec. 1 of the Civil Service Act of 1882. 

I have no evidence that the accounts have been checked, as they do not bear the 
initials of an officer of your Department. 

Will you kindly account for the above irregularity. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, !.(?• 
The Dy. Minister of Justice. 



SENATE CONTINGENCIES. 



13 



Service. 



SENATE CONTINGENCIES. 

tationery : — 

Henry J. King & Co., stationery 

James Hope do 

Durie & Son do 

A. Woodburn do .. 

Kennyson, Tingley, Stewart Manufacturing Co., ink. 

H. G. Dunlevie, fyle binders ., 

J. F. Dualevie do 

British American Bank Note Go., blank cheques 

B. M. Morrow, pencils «... 



$ cts. 



Total, Senate Stationery. 

radesmen s Accounts: — 

H. H. Palmer, ice , 

Jos. Christ; n & Co., ice 



$ 



A. Mortimer, binding ,.. ... 

Russell, Gardner & Co., dry goods.. 
Kearns & Ryan do 

A. D. Richard do 

fl. Wilson do 

Dupuis & Nolin do 

Ede & Son do 

Underwood & Co. do 

Shoolbred & Co., carpets 

Thos. Mussen do 

Mary Gauthier, pillow shams 

G. M. flolbrook, trousers for Page ... 

S. & H. Borbridge, trunks 

Geo. Cox, engraving. ^.... 

Pritchard & Mingard, stamps...... 



J. Wilson & Co., portraits. 
J. G. Davies, chromos.. .... 






18 C. S. Shaw, crockery 

Moreland & Son, vases 

C. J. Shaw & Co., flower pot frames. 



Blyth & Kerr, fire set 

Wm. Chalmers, clock 

Jos. R. Ksmonde, tin boxes. .. 



i Harris & Campbell, chairs. 
. Jacob Erratt, mirror 



Kavanagh Bros., brooms, &c 

H. Christin, brushes, &c ... 

J. B. Myrand, snuff 

The " Citizen " Publishing Co., cards . ..... 

Total, Tradesmen, Senate 

[foreseen Chaises: — 

Telegtams „ , 

Advertising (see preface to Report). 

Books, Directories and Maps — 

Rowsell & Hutchinson, books ......... ....... 

A. Periard do ...................... 

Morris, Walton & Co. do 



Carried forward 



205 23 
3 74 



16 00 

293 50 

9 25 

2 10 

12 75 

164 14 

6 10 
461 20 
259 40 

5 00 

7 00 



37 00 
3 50 



23 00 
8 00 




14 00 
5 50 

29 40 

14 50 

5 00 



26 80 
10 00 
3 75 



$ cts. 



4,724 28 

13 65 

315 52 

97 50 

2 50 

7 20 

8 00 
71 40 
12 00 



208 97 
229 18 



1,236 44 
546 00 



40 50 
31 00 

87 00 

345 95 
19 50 



48 90 
84 00 



40 55 



40 55 



$ cts. 



5,252 06 



2,877 44 



11 83 
143 82 



155 65 



74 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Service. 



Carried forward. , 



Senate Contingencies— Concluded. 

rnforeseen Charges — Concluded. 

Books, Directories and Maps — Concluded. 

A. B. Cherrier, directories 

A. 8. Woodburn do 

W. H. Trwin do 

R.L.Polk do 

R. and Directory Co. do 

J. Lovell & Son do 



A. Desjardins, D6bats de la Legislature de Quebec. 

J. B. Holland, almanacs 

E. R. Smith, calendars 

G. J. Davis, pocket manuals 

Chs. Punchard, maps ..... 



"Labor and Sundries 

Sundry Accounts — 

Canadian Express Co., express charges 

S. Hotte, cab hire 

Peter Dunne do 

P. Buckley do 

D. P. Curry, carriage of trunks 



$ ets. 



John Peck, attending to gas 

Expenses for Governor-General's drawing room. 

John Leslie, attending to clock- 

Peter Girard, repairing chairs 

Geo. May 



Housekeeper's Disbursements, by Third Report of the Com- 
mittee on Contingent Accounts, dated 22nd May, 1883, 
adopted 23rd May — 

M. Thibault, furniture .. 

Jos. R. Esmonde, hardware.... 

A. D. Richard, dry goods 

Russell, Gardner & Co., dry goods 

Kavanagh Bros., soap, brooms, &c... 

H. F. McCarthy, sponges, &c 

M. J. McCaul & Co., soap 

Moreland & Son, tumblers , 

Canadian Express Co., express charges.. 

Canada Atlantic Railway, freight 

Cab hire for Assistant Clerk 

do 

Wilson & Co., pins 



Lass— 21 cents charged to 1884-85. 



Gratuity of one year's salary paid to S. J. Jones, in accord 
ance with the Third Report of the Contingent Accounts 
Committee of the Senate, Session of 1883 

Gratuity paid to M. Pothier, in accordance with the Third 
Report of the Contingent Accounts Committee, 22nd 
May, 1883 

Paid to Mrs. Ann Johnston, widow of the late Canon 
Johnston, being a gratuity of six months' salary of the 
late Canon Johnston, in his lifetime Chaplain of the 
Senate, as recommended by Fifth Report of the Con- 
tingent Committee, adopted by the Senate 10th April, 
1884 s 



Total, Unforeseen Charges, Senate. 



32 00 

32 00 

15 00 

9 00 

4 00 

7 50 



24 00 
2 50 
1 50 
1 00 



$ cts. 



40 55 



99 50 



29 00 
12 00 



$ etc 



155 6 



18 00 
2 00 
2 00 

12 00 



2 00 
7 46 
5 28 

3 38 
45 60 
22 10 

2 25 
7 00 
90 
2 25 
25 
75 
99 



25 



3i 00 

12" 00 

?<l 00 

56 00 

5 25 

80 



100 21 
21 



181 ( 
612 ! 



337; 



100 

800 

50 



200 
^436 



HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



•75 



Service. 



HOUSE OF COMMONS. 

xpenses of Committees, Extra Sessional Clerk*, Ac: — 

Expenses of Committees, Witnesses, Shorthand Writers, £c: — 
Committee on Hudson Bay Navigation — Expenses ot 

witnesses 

Gommittee on Agricultural Interests 

do Immigration and Colonization 

do Geological Survey 

do Railways 

do the new ballot-box « 

Wallis, reporting 

H.F.Stafford do 

Hugh M. Matbewson, reporting , 

Robt. Bell, map of Hudson Bay 



A. F. 



Total, Commons Committees 

Sessional French Translators : — 

A. Dawson, Sessional French Translator.. 
S. Gelinas do do 

F. Moffet do do 

B. Perrin do do 
R. Tremblay do do 
A. MacMabon do do 



A. Gelinas, translation 

Blain de St. Aubin, translation 
Emery Perrin do 

Pierre Ohapleau do 



• ...•»>.. . 



Total, Sessional Translators . . 



$ cts. 



376 00 

376 00 
376 00 
376 00 
112 00 
268 00 



cts. 



$3 cts. 
4SN3I 



301 45 

125 00 

279 00 

143 25 

45 00 

55 50 

308 90 

689 40 

414 50 

25 00 



2,387 00 



1,884 00 

525 00 

82 00 

727 00 

748 00 



3,966 00 



76 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Service . 



SOUSE OF COMMONS CONTINGENCIES. 



Stationery : — 

Cowan & Co. 



Edinburgh, stationery 



Higgins & Took do 

Morton, Philips & Bulmer do 

Jos. Dion, Crucible Co. do 

Henry Bambridge do 

Canada Paper Co. do 

Perry & Co. do 

Barber, Ellis & Co. do 

George Bailey do 
Sandford Manufacturing Co. do 

J. Durie & Son do 

N. B. Perrine & Co. do 

H. L. Judd & Co. do 

E. B. Shuttlework do 

H. G. Dunlevie do 

James Hope do 

Ridge way & Son do 

Sharpley & Son do 



$ cts. 



W. H. Irwin, directories. 

A. S. Woodburn do 

W. W. Evans do 

John Lovell do 

A. B. Cherrier do 

R. L. Polk do . 

George Aubrey books.... 

G. P. Goddard do .... 

J. J. Cushman do .... 

_Hunter, Rose* Go. do ..., 

J. G. Da vies do .... 

Wilson & Lamb do .... 

Queen's Printer do .... 



"Gazette" Printing Co. 
Alphonse'Desjardins 
A. Periard 
G. W. Seguin 
Dawson Bros. 



books 
do 
do 
do 
do 



R. Hoe, copying press.. ..„ ~. 

A. Mortimer, binding -. 

W. McL. Mortimer, binding .. 

Kenneth Campbell, gam arabic. 



.... ...... ...... i 



Total, Commons stationery 

Postage and Telegrams t — 

Mrs. Ellen Batterton, carriage of mails 

Ottawa Postmaster, postage - 

Great North- Western Telegraph Co., telegrams ... 
Canada Mutual Telegraph Co., telegrams 



Newspapers and Advertising : — 

Newspapers, subscriptions 

Advertising (see preface to report). 



12,035 55 

448 05 

169 23 

109 42 

73 01 

49f» L2 

61 69 

51 80 

50 00 
32 96 

438 05 

30 85 

11 41 

7 35 

41 70 

51 55 
46 98 
14 40 



Miscellaneous Accounts t — 

Basile Champagne, packing books 

British American Dyeing Co., dyeing 

Ottawa Plaiting Works, plaiting 

A. Henderson, attending to grates 

James Curry, delivering trunks to members 



Carried forward 



13 00 

30 50 

6 CO 

5 00 

8 00 

12 00 



S4 00 
12 00 
|7 00 
60 00 
2 00 

4 00 
8 00 

30 00 
16 00 

5 00 
4 00 

40 00 



633 50 
38 35 



487 85 

1,114 03 

97 22 

2 02 



1,651 77 
100 00 



14 00 
21 15 
35 00 
135 00 
45 00 



250 15 



14,169 



74 



192 
46 



671 
30 



.. 15,183 



1,701 



1,651 



18,536 



HOUSE OF COMMONS CONTINGENCIES. 



W 



Service. 



Brought forward M 

House of Commons Contingencies — Concluded. 

seellaneons Accounts — Concluded. 

Edwin Cox, engraving 

George Cox do 

W. C. Bowles, House of Commons, indexing 

Bell Telephone Co., rent of telephones 

Canadian Express Co., freight 

Canada Atlantic do 

Canadian Pacific do 



{foreseen Expenses, by order of the Board of Commissioners : — 

Mrs. Margaret Martel, gratuity 90 00 

■ Mrs. Blain de St. Aubin do 200 00 

Mrs. J. F. Gingras do ,283 32 

F. X. Blanchet do , 200 00 



jj. Cherrier, Extra Sessional Messenger. 
;P. Farrell do 

H. Latimer do 

E. M. Patchel do 



Bonus to Messengers 

do Sessional Messengers 



250 00 
250 00 
248 00 
250 00 


237 60 
125 00 



-Hon. W. B. Vail, M.P. 

(Extra charwomen 

|P. Tough, servant , 



balance of indemnity. 



Total, Commons Contingencies. 



$ cts. 



250 15 



570 00 
20 00 

200 00 
90 00 
20 20 

392 35 
26 11 



773 32 



998 00 



362 60 

112 00 

112 50 

47 00 



$ cts. 



18,536 36 



1,568 81 



2,405 42 



22,510 59 



78 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Service. 



Publishing Debates :— 



Official Reporters — 

G. B. Bradley 

S. A. Abbott , 

B. J. Duggan .... 

Geo. Evel 

A. Horton 

T. J. Richardson, 

F. R. Marceau 

J. O. Marceau 

J. C. Boyce 

do 



Debates Translators— 

A. Gelinas ..... 

do 

A. H Beaulieu ... 

E. Tremblay 

J. B. Vanasse 

R. Tremblay 

E. Query 

J03. Bouchard .... 
L. Lasalle 



Amanuenses— 

D. S. Brown 

J. 0. Drouin 

J. W. Mathewson 

Elz. Chateauvert 

J. Mullen. Post Office Department..., 
J. P. Nutting, Finance Department. 

A. E. Prevost 

Jas. Stoddart 

P. M. Cote, Department of Justice.... 



McLean, Roger & Co., printing " Hansard' 

A. S. Woodburn, binding 

A. Mortimer do 



J. R. Barber, printing paper. 
J. Durie & Son, books 



J. W. Mathews, repairing writing machines . 
American writing machine Co. do 



A. J. Henderson, writing machines 

Canadian Express Co., transport of "Hansard"., 
Robert Whyte, boxes for do 

British America Assurance Co., insurance ... 

Alex. Workman, hardware 

John Gray, translation 



Total, Publishing •Commons Debates 



$ cts. 



1,500 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,300 Oo 
1,300 00 
1,300 00 
1,100 00 
800 00 
400 00 



939 75 
750 00 
650 00 
700 00 
650 00 
650 00 
325 00 
150 00 
350 00 



162 00 
162 00 
162 00 

72 00 
162 00 
162 00 
162 00 
162 00 

90 00 



1,890 00 
14 75 



3,249 68 
57 70 



130 00 
26 48 



Note— A refund of the payments to Messrs. Mullen, Nutting and Cote has been asked. 



11 



SERGEANT-AT-ARMS — HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



?9 



Service. 



SERGEANT- AT-ARMS— HOUSE OF COMMONS. 



radesinens' Bills: — 

Blyth & Kerr, hardware 

Andrews Bros do 

Jos. R. Esmonde do 

John Leslie do 

Co-operative Supply Association, hardware. 
Geo. Cox, hardware , 



C. S. Shaw & 
F. & C. Osier 
W. Whitely 



Jo., glassware, 
do 
do 



Harris & Campbell, furniture. 
A. & S. Nordheimer do 

Jacob Krratt do 

Bell Telephone Co. do 

R. C. W. McCuaig do 

S. Skinner do 

Henry S. King do 

J. Eveleigh do 

E. Morel do 



$ cts. 



338 24 
79 71 
40 85 

159 38 
60 50 
12 75 



John C. Jones, dry goods. 
Shoolbred & Co. do 
Henry Morgan do 

Dupuis and Nolin do 
Hamel Freres do 

Mrs. Davis do 

Legget & Hamilton do 
Russell, Gardner & Co. 
John Kay 
Thomas Tapling 
Harvey, Nichols & Co. 
Ed. G. Allen 
S. Carsley 



dry goods 

do 
do 
do 
do 



316 96 
64 12 
18 98 

394 75 
69 00 

140 00 
40 00 
11 50 

163 06 

35 53 

62 05 

9 00 



S. & H. Borbridge, trunks 

J. .hveleigh & Co. do 

Geo. H. Sandborn, Gem Cutter. . . 
W. O. Hickok, stabbing machine. 

J. Wilson & Co , pictures 

Thomas Davey do 



Bate & Co , soap, candles, &c. 

Oscar McDonnell, whisks 

William Wall do 



W. H. Lists, diagrams 

Pritchard & Mingard, stamps 

John Roberts, hair brushes 

J. Palmer & Son, combs and sponges 
H. Watters do 



14 00 
929 56 
222 36 
219 35 
200 60 

39 65 
98 18 
66 74 
50 65 
237 43 
19 16 

15 33 
31 02 



38 45 
15 00 

103 32 

22 75 

6 00 



Robert Orr, brackets, &c. 
Jos. Christin & Co., ice.. 
J. MacLaren, lumber. 



Total, Tradesmen's Bills. 



15 22 

41 20 

5 35 



$ Cts. 



691 43 



400 06 



924 89 



2,144 03 

600 00 

701 90 

242 00 

68 95 



53 45 



132 07 

130 00 

61 35 



61 77 

24 00 

150 00 

69 25 

6,445 15 



80 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Service. 



Library of Parliament :— 



Salaries and Contingencies : — 

Alpheus Todd, Principal Librarian, from July 1, 1883, to Jan. 31, 1884 

A. D. Decelles, Assistant do 

Aug. Laperriere, French Senior Clerk 

Alfred H. Todd, English do 

James Fletcher, Accountant 

James Campbell, English Junior Clerk 

L. P. Sylvain, French do 

E. S. Thayne, Extra Clerk 

L. J. Casault, Chief Messenger 

J. H. Dunlop, Messenger..... » 

J. W. Ryan do ~~ 

J.N. Rattey do 

D. W. Ternent, Junior Clerk 



Salaries for charwomen, etc. 

Express charges 

Sundries 

Newspaper subscription 



Stationery and Queen's Printer. 
Total — Library 



Clerls of ttio Crown in Chancery: — 

Contingencies : — 

Great North-Western Telegraph Co 

E. F. Jarvis, cost of journey to London, Ont., bearing the writ for 
West Middlesex, as follows: — 

Railway fares 

Pullmans 

Cabs, &c 

Living allowance, at $3.50 per day, 4 days 



% cts 



1,866 62 

2,400 00 

1,800 00 

1,400 00 

1,100 00 

1,100 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

900 00 

700 00 

700 00 

700 00 

600 00 

1,055 00 

270 46 

108 90 

68 25 



J. W. Store, engrossing 

Geo. Cox, ensrraving 

Expenses to Montreal re Soulanges case- 
Railway fare , 

Cab hire 

2 days' living allowance ,.. 



Cab hire 

Stationery and printing. 



Total, Clerk of the Crown in Chancery. 



19 10 
4 00 
3 00 

14 00 



8 00 
2 00 
7 00 



11 



LEGISLATION — ELECTIONS. 



81 



Service. 


Claimed. 


Paid. * 


Total. 


I.EC! I S LA1ION - ELECTIONS. 

1 Details given in Auditor's Report for 1883, Part II. : — 
Algoma 


$ cts. 


% cts. 


$ cts. 
100 00 








12 00 


South Ontario 






20 90 


Ottawa City ' 






75 00 


North Simcoe 






97 40 








10 00 


Selkirk 






23 05 










Total, 1883, page 42, part ii 


338 35 


Albert, N.B., July, 1883, Asael Wells (Wallace, 934; Rogers, 
815)— 

Returning Officer . 


60 00 
8 00 
1 00 
5 00 
7 00 

64 60 


60 00 
8 00 
1 00 
5 00 
7 00 

61 60 




Election Clerk 

Constable at nomination 




Voters' lists 




14 certificates 




Mileage 








Total 






142 50 
107 50 


406 8(( 


On account of mileage 










26 polls (balance) •••••• 






Cape Breton, 1879, John Fergusson— 




273 78 


8 00 

63 50 

182 00 


Election Clerk 






Printing, R. J. Molloy 






26 polls, $7 each, on account- 






Less— Deposits of three candidates' 

3ape Breton, 1882, John Fergusson — 

Returning Officer (balance) 






313 50 
150 00 


1«3 50 


10 00 

8 00 

182 00 

63 00 




Election Clerk , 






26 polls, $7 each, on account 






Printing, R. J. Molloy 






lalifax, July, 1883, W. C. Hamilton (Stairs, acclamation)— 
Returning Officer ..... ., 


40 00 
4 00 
1 00 

22 37 

23 00 
32 00 

' 33 25 

20 85 

20 00 

320 00 


263 00 


40 00 
4 00 
1 00 

22 37 

23 00 

32 00 

33 25 
20 85 


Election Clerk , , 




Voters' lists, city 

Copying voters' lists, county... , , 




64 certificates 




Printing, Halifax "Herald" 

do Mackinley , 








Mileage „ , 


184 50 








Total 


516 47 


40 00 
4 00 

1 00 

2 50 


360 97 






uron, South, December, 1883, Jas. Dickson (Cartwright, 
acclamation) — 

Returning Officer 


40 00 
4 00 

1 00 

2 50 




Election Clerk 




Constable at nomination 




Hall for nomination 








Carried forward 

5-6 




47 50 


1,806 40 



82 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



legislation— Elections — Continued. 

Huron, South, December, 1883, Jos. Dickson (Cartwright, 
acclamation) — 

Printing, Seaforth "Expositor" 

Postage and telegrams 

Mileage 



Total. 



Kent, N.B., September, 1883, A. Girouard (Landry, 1,638 j 
Mclnerney, 1,100)— 

Returning Officer 

Election Clerk 

Constable at nomination and declaration 

Voters' lists and certificates • 

Printing, Moncton " Times" 

Printing, F. Robidoux „ 

22 poll books 

Stationery 

Mileage 

Expenses of replacing stolen box 

Making up returns 

22 deputies, clerks and oaths.. « 

22 constables 

22 booths. 

1 screen , 

Mileage to polls 



Less— Overpaid in 1882. 



Kent, Ont., January 1884, John Mercer (Smyth, 2,548 
Samson, 2,266)— 

Returning Officer , 

Election Clerk 

Constable at nomination 

41 voters' lists 

41 certificates to lists 

41 do of assessment roll 

Printing, Chatham "Banner" 

Stationery 

Postage and telegrams 

Cleaning up courthouse 

7 padlocks - 

Mileage '■, 

41 deputies, clerks, oaths and 40 constables 

35 booths 



Claimed. 



$ cts. 
47 50 



8 00 

75 

30 20 



86 45 



697 92 



41 screens (4 paid). 
Mileage to polls ..... 




Total 

Lennox, November, 1883 
Pruyn, 1,401)— 

Returning Officer. 

Election Clerk 

Constable at nomination 

21 voters' lists 

21 certificates to lists 

Printing and stationery, T. S. Henry. 

Blank forms, Hart & Co 

Mileage ,„.„ 



60 00 
8 00 

1 00 

74 73 
20 50 
10 25 

75 43 
3 90 
5 50 

2 00 

3 50 
94 40 

327 00 

140 00 

118 50 

36 30 

981 01 



Carried forward, 



60 00 


60 00 


8 00 


8 00 


1 00 


1 00 


39 00 


39 00 


11 50 


9 50 


34 85 


31 85 


31 44 


31 44 


66 70 


60 70 



252 49 



Paid. 



cts. 
47 50 



8 00 

75 

30 20 



60 00 
8 00 
2 00 

22 10 
6 75 

23 00 

5 50 

6 47 
141 80 

6 66 



154 00 

22 00 

88 00 

3 00 

52 60 



601 88 
50 26 



60 00 
8 00 

1 00 
66 76 
20 50 
10 25 
68 13 

3 90 
5 50 

2 00 

3 50 
86 40 

327 00 

140 00 

12 00 

36 30 



241 49 



LEGISLATION— ELECTIONS. 



83 



Service. 



Brought forward , 

Legislation — Elections. — Continued. 

Lennox, November, 1883, 0. T. Pruyn (Allison, 1,405 
Pruyn, 1,401)— 

Making up returns 

21 deputies, clerks and oaths 

19 constables 

18 booths (14 paid) 

21 screens 

Mileage to polls 

Fuel, &c 



Total. 



LSvis, October, 1883, L. N. Carrier (Belleau, 1,551 ; Sam 
son, 703)— 

Returning Officer , 

Election Clerk , 

Voters' lists 

37 certificates of lists 

Printing, Levis ''Quotidien" 

Postage and telegrams , 

Ferries , 

Mileage 

Making up returns , 

37 deputies, clerks and oaths 

25 constables 

Mileage to polls , 

37 booths 



Claimed. 



Less — Deposit forfeited by 0. B. Samson. 



Lunenburg, Oct., 1883, Henry S. Jost (Kaulba. h, 1,991: 
Keener, 1,712) — 

Returning Officer 

Election Clerk 

Voters' lists and certificates 

Printing, Lunenburg "Progress" 

Stationery 

Postage and tacks , 

Mileage 

27 deputies, clerks and oaths 

10 constables 

26 booths 

17 screens 

Mileage to polls 

Deputy's oath 



Total. 



Marquette, 1882, W. J. James- 
Returning Officer 

Election Clerk 

35 deputies 

35 poll clerks 

35 oaths 



Middlesex, West, December, 1883, Wm Glass (Cameron, 
1,771; Roome, 1,739)— 

Returning Officer. » , 

Election Clerk 

Returning Officer, extra charge on account of winter 

do 7 days' time travelling , 

Election Clerk 4 do , 



5-< 



Carried forward., 



$ cts. 
252 49 



10 00 
147 00 
19 00 
6S 00 
71 00 
22 15 
6 75 



595 39 



60 00 
8 00 

43 40 

18 50 

114 00 

2 00 

2 30 

61 35 
10 00 

259 00 
25 00 
27 25 

148 00 



778 80 
200 00 



60 00 

8 00 
26 83 
37 75 

9 67 
60 

91 00 
189 00 

10 00 
101 00 

42 70 

17 30 
20 



594 05 



60 00 
8 00 
40 00 
35 00 
15 00 



158 00 



Paid. 



$ cts. 
241 49 



147 00 
19 00 
52 00 



20 15 



60 00 

8 00 

43 40 

18 50 

108 75 

2 00 



61 35 
4 00 

259 00 
25 00 
27 25 

148 00 



765 25 
200 00 



60 00 

8 00 
26 83 
37 75 

9 67 
60 

91 00 
189 00 

10 00 
101 00 

42 70 

17 30 
00 



60 00 

8 00 

140 00 

70 00 

35 00 



60 00 
8 00 



68 00 



Total. 

Mi 



$ cts. 
3,295 71 



479 64 



565 25 



593 85 



313 0G 



5,247 45 



84 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Service. 


Claimed 


Paid. 


Total. 


Brought forward 


$ cts. 
158 00 

1 00 

4 00 

4 00 

50 64 

14 50 

6 00 

39 00 

3 25 

40 57 
10 90 

172 30 

4 00 
203 00 

28 50 
92 00 
58 15 
19 45 
4 00 


$ cts. 
68 00 

1 00 
4 00 


$ cts. 
5,247 45 


Legislation — Elections, — Continued. 

Middlesex, Wegt, December, 1883, Wm Glass (Cameron, 
1,771 ; Roome, 1,739)— 

Const ible at nomination 






Returning Officer, issuing authorities to rote , 

30 voters' lists 




AQ 04 

14 50 

6 00 

39 00 
3 25 

40 57 
10 90 

138 50 




29 certificates of custodians .... 




24 certificates of assessment roll 




Printing, London "Free Press" 




do Strathroy "Despatch" 

Blanks, Hart & Co 




Stationery, postage and freight 




Mileage 




29 deputies, clerks and oaths 

28 constables 


203 00 
28 00 
92 00 




23 booths « 




Mileage to polls 

2 deputies, counting ballots 


15 45 










Total 


913 26 




710 21 


Montmagny, June, 1882, J. D. Lepine— 

Balance of printing, Jos. Toupin -. 




3 50 


Nicolet, April, 1834, J. A. Blondin (Gaudet, 1,535; 
Archambault, 1,136)— 

Returning Officer 


60 00 
8 00 
66 67 
16 00 
47 50 

16 00 
22 66 
21 31 

4 00 

17 62 
139 50 
256 00 
128 00 

96 00 
25 00 


60 00 
8 00 
66 67 
16 00 
42 50 

16 00 
21 16 
21 31 

4 00 

17 62 
139 50 
256 00 
128 00 

96 00 
24 00 




Election Clerk 

32 voters' lists 




32 certificates to lists 

Printing, Three Rivers "Journal" 




32 poll books 




Stationery 




Postage and telegrams 




Hall for nomination *. 




Mileage , 








32 booths. 




32 screens 

Mileage to polls 




Total 


924 26 




916 76 






Ontario, North, 1880, J. Ham Perry — 




39 50 


Ontario, South, 1878, J. Ham Perry— 






7 20 


Soulanges, June, 1882, A. M. Pharand — 


4 86 




4 86 








Balance of voters' lists - 


4 86 




4 86 






Soulanges, December, 1883, A. M. Pharand (Bain, 760 ; 
DeBeaujeu, 734) — 

Returning Officer 

Election Clerk , 


60 00 
8 00 
2 00 
4 00 


60 00 
8 00 
2 00 
1 00 








2 constables at declaration • 








Carried forward 


74 00 


71 00 


6,934 34 



LEGISLATION — ELECTIONS. 



85 



Service. 



Brought forward 



legislation— Elections.— Continued. 

Soulanges, December, 1883, A. M. Pharand (Bain, 760; 
DeBeaujeu, 734)— 

15 voters' lists 

15 certificates to lists 

Printing, Montreal " Minerve " - 

Stationery 

Postage, telegrams and freight 

Mileage 

Making up returns 

15 deputies, clerks, oaths and constables 

15 booths 

15 screens 

Mileage to polls 

Total 



York, N.B., January, 1884, A. A. Sterling (Temple, 2,012 ; 
Gregory, 1,834)— 

Returning Officer 

Election Clerk 

Constable at nomination and declaration 

30 voters' lists * » 

30 certificates to lists 

Printing, J. H. Crockes 

30 poll books, Fredericton "Capital" 

Stationery do do 

52 packages of ballots, J. & A. McMillan 

Stationery, Returning Officer 

Postage, telegrams, freight, &c...„ 

30 Provincial Election Acts 

30 testaments 

Making up returns 

Mileage .... 

30 deputies, clerks, oaths and constables 

30 booths— 2 at $10, 4 at $6, and 24 at $4 

22 screens 

Mileage to polls 



Total. 



Buimfpaid in 1883-84 under 37 Vic, chap. 9, sec. 126, sub. 
eec. 30, total 



paid under grant of $2,000 in Vote 225, Schedule A, 
Supply Bill of 1884, to pay expenses not allowed by 
the Election Act : — 

Montreal East, June, 1882, J. C. Auger— 

Election Clerk, 15 days, at $4 

Clerk, 26 days, at $2 , 

Printing, balance Senecal & Co 

72 certificates to sub-divided lists ..... 

Sub-dividing 29 districts and lists for 72 polls 

balance 

Making up returns, additional 



Claimed. 



$ cts. 
74 00 



26 42 

7 50 

55 75 


25 92 
7 50 


16 25 
12 00 
94 60 
30 00 


16 25 

4 00 

66 70 


120 00 
60 00 
44 60 


120 00 
60 00 


9 30 


9 30 



Montreal Centre, June, 1882, P. Donovan- 
Election Clerk, 30 days, at $4.00 

Extra clerk, 12 days, at $2.00 

Gab hire, additional 



Carried forward 



550 42 



60 00 
8 00 
2 00 

47 50 
15 00 
20 50 
22 50 
8 63 
15 50 

2 50 
10 08 
15 00 

3 00 
25 00 

291 20 
240 00 
140 00 

61 00 
60 30 



1,037 63 



Paid. 



> cts 
71 00 



60 00 

8 00 

2 00 

24 78 

13 00 

20 50 

22 50 

8 63 

15 50 

2 50 
10 00 
15 00 

3 00 



232 60 

240 00 

140 00 

61 00 

45 30 



Details. 



60 00 
52 00 
69 80 
36 00 

55 75 
15 00 


120 00 

24 00 

9 00 



153 00 



Total. 



$ cts. 
6,934 34 



67 



924 31 



(,239 32 



288 55 



288 05 



£6 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Service. 



Brought forward 

Legislation — Elections. — Continued, 



Montreal Centre, June, 1882, P. Donovan — 
42 certificates to sub-divided lists. .. 
Making up returns, additional 



Less— Reduction of previous allowances down 
to the actual liabilities incurred by the 
Returning Officer 



Montreal West, June, 1882, J. C. Baker- 
Election Clerk, 32 days, at $4.00 

do 47 hours of night work;... 

do selecting 48 polls 

Extra clerk, 8 days, at $3.00 

do selecting polls . 

do 6 hours filling boxes 

Cab hire, <fcc, additional 



Claimed. 



$ cts, 



Less — Previously allowed to Returning Officer 
on account of extra clerks 



Muskoka, 1882, J. Ewart Lount— 

Balance of travelling expenses.allowed in excess of 
of mileage 

Victoria, B.C., 1882, Thos. Harris- 
Advertising proclamation, Victoria " Standard "... 
do do "Colonist".... 



Winnipeg, 1882, E. P. Leacock— 

Advertising proclamation. Winnipeg "Free Press 

do do "Sun" 

do do "Times".... 



Total paid under Vote, 225—1884. 
Controverted Elections— 
Albert, N. B.— 

Sheriff Asael Wells— 

8 days' attendance, at $5.00 

Drawing 4 notices ; 

Advertising, Albert "Maple Leaf" , 

Court room and accessories 

Constable, 8 days, at $1.50 

Crier 



Registrar, S. Q. Morse — 

8 days' attendance, at $6.00.. 
80 folios of evidence 



Judge, Geo. E. King- 
Travelling expenses and hotel bills 



Bothwell— 

Registrar, F J. Joseph — 

6 days, travelling twice to Ottawa . 

14 do attendance and travel 

Travelling expenses 

Huron West — 

Judge, J. D. Armour- 
Travelling and hotel expenses 

Registrar, Douglas Armour — 

4 days' attendance and travel 

Travelling and hotel expenses 



Claimed. 
32 50 
71 50 
121 50 



40 00 
6 00 
10 00 
18 36 
12 00 
1 50 



48 00 
8 00 



Carried forward. 



36 00 
84 00 
59 47 



24 00 
8 65 



Paid. 



$ cts. 
153 00 



21 00 
10 00 



184 00 
25 33 



128 00 

23 50 
25 00 

24 00 
5 00 
3 00 

46 50 



255 00 
7 00 



65 00 
52 00 



32 50 
32 50 
32 50 



87 86 

56 00 
60 00 



26 60 



32 65 



59 25 



LEGISLATION — ELECTIONS. 



87 



Service. 



Brought forward 

Legislation— Elections — Continued. 



Huron West- 
Sheriff, Robt. M. Gibbons— 

1 day's attendance 

2 constables, 1 day each. 
Crier 



Kent- 
Registrar, F. J. Joseph — 

6 days, travelling twice to Ottawa , 

3 do attendance and travel 

150 folios of evidence 

Travelling and hotel expenses 



Kent and Bothwell — 
Judge, Thos. Gait- 
Travelling and hotel expenses . 

'.Lennox — 

Judge, J. D. Armour- 
Travelling and hotel expenses. 

Registrar, Douglas Armour — 

4 days' travel and attendance. 

297 folios of evidence 

Travelling and hotel expenses. 



Sheriff, 0. T. Pruyn— 

2 days' attendance, at $5. . 
8 constables, 2 days' each. 

Crier 

Drawing notice 



Hegantic— 

Judge, M. A. Plamondon — 

Travelling 

Hotel expenses 



Registrars, Barwis & Theroux — 

4 days' travelling , 

35 days' attendance 

Travelling expenses 

Hotel expenses 



Clerk, Chas. C. Bernier— 

Swearing 109 witnesses, at 15 cents. 



West Middlesex- 
Judge, J. D. Armour- 
Travelling and hotel expenses . 
Registrar, Douglas Armaur — 

3 days' travel and attendance. 

100 tolios of evidence 

Travelling and hotel expenses.. 



Claimed. 



$ cts 



5 00 
3 09 
1 20 


36 00 
18 00 
15 00 
43 63 



24 00 
29 70 
11 75 



10 00 

24 00 

4 35 

1 50 



18 75 
20 70 



24 00 

210 00 

12 00 

9 00 



Sheriff, Wm. Glass— 

3 days' attendance and travel. 
Travelling and hotel expenses. 
Court room and accessories 

4 constables, 1 day each 

Drawing notice 

•Crier 



Carried forward. 



18 00 


10 00 


11 75 


15 00 


8 15 


8 50 


6 00 


I 50 


1 80 



Paid. 



$ cts, 
59 25 



9 20 



7 65 



65 45 



39 85 



39 45 



255 00 
16 35 



16 65 



39 75 



Total. 



$ cts. 
383 33 



68 45 

112 63 
85 00 



U2 95; 



310 80 



40 95 



97 35 



1,170 51 



88 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



II 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



Legislation — Elections. — Concluded. 



Sirncoe, South — 

Judge, J. D Armour — 

Travelling and hotel expenses 

Registrar, Douglas Armour — 

2 days' travelling 

1 day engaged in trial 

285 folios of evidence (110 pages). 

Travelling and hotel expenses 



Sheriff, T. D. McConkey— 

1 days' attendance 

Drawing notice , 

Stationery, &c 

4 constables, 1 day each. 
Crier 



Soulanges, 1883— 

Judge, L. 0. Loranger — 

Travelling and hotel expenses. 
Registrar, L. H. Collard— 

6 days' travelling 

16 days engaged in trial 

Travelling expenses 

Hotel expenses, 16 days 



Total, payable under 37 Vic, cap. 10, sec. 47. 



Claimed. 



$ cts. 



12 00 

6 00 
28 50 

7 10 



5 00 

1 50 

2 50 

6 00 
5 10 



36 00 
96 00 
22 50 
16 00 



Paid. 



$ cts. 



22 80 



53 60 



20 10 



96 00 



170 50 



SUMMARY. 



Estimate of expenses at elections, payable out of Consolidated 
Fund, under authority of special Statutes (See Estimates 
for Session of 1883, page 35) 

Expenditure under Dominion Election Act, 37 Vic, cap. 9, 
sec. 126, sub-sec. 30 

Expenditure under Controverted Election Act, 37 Vic, cap. 10, 
sec 47 



Consolidated Fund Expenditure underestimated 

Expenses not authorized by Election Act, payable under vote 
225, Schedule A, Supply Bill of 1884— 

Grant 

Expenditure 

Lapsed, 30th June, 1884 



8,239 32 



1,533 51 



RECAPITULATION. 

Dominion Elections, Consolidated Fund, 
do Supply 



Controverted Elections 

Total, Election Expenses... 



5,000 00 



.9,772 83 



2,000 00 
1,368 12 



8,239 32 
1,368 12 



11 



LEGISLATION — ELECTIONS. 89> 



Audit Office, Ottawa, March 20, 1884. 

Sir, — I have issued my certificate for payment of the two accounts of F. J* 
Joseph, for controverted-election expenses, after deducting a charge of §66 for six 
days' time. 

Each account contains a claim of $36 for travelling twice to Ottawa, — six days, 
at $6, and the correspondence only mentions two trips. 

If Mr. Joseph shows, by giving dates, that the times w ere different, I will certify 
payment of the balance. I return the accounts. 

I am, Sir, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 
The Deputy Minister of Justice. 



Department of Justice, Ottawa, March 27, 1884. 
Ee Account of F. J. Joseph. 

Sir, — You will see by Mr. Joseph's letter of explanation (copy of which I send 
you), that he submits that he is entitled to his fees for the journey in each case, 
although he made but one journey, as the cases came on at the same time. 

That would probable strike you as being unreasonable, but I ought to state to 

you that it has been decided, at least by one court of the Dominion, that " where 

I the trials of two causes at the suit of the same plaintiff against different defendants, 

are put off on the payment of the costs of the day, and the same persons attend as 

witnesses in both the cases, the plaintiff is entitled to their mileage and attendance 

J ! in both cases." 

This would seem to be an analogous case, and to that extent supports Mr. Joseph's 
m contention. Accounts, &c, returned. 

il am, &c, 
GEO. W. BUEBIDGE, D.M.J. 

The Auditor General. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Feb. 12, 1884. 

Sir, — I would like to have your opinion on the following sections of the Election 
Act of 1874, in connection with the settlement of election expenses : — 

(15.) <4 The Eetnrning Officer shall cause * * * the proclamation to be- 
posted up at four * * * places in each * * * division." 

(24.) " It shall be the # duty of the Eeturning Officer to cause to be posted up 
'notices of his having granted * * * a poll * * * at all the places where 
the proclamation * * * was posted up." 

(128.) " Where the Eeturning Officer or his deputy is, by this Act, required or 
authorized to give any public notice, and no special mode of giving the same is 
mentioned, he may give the same by advertisement, placards, handbills or such other 
means as he may think best calculated to give the information to the electors." 

At the General Election of 1882, the Eeturning Officer for Victoria, B.C., both 
posted and advertised the proclamation. Acting on what I think a fair inference 
from the foregoing sections, I disallowed the charge for advertising the proclama- 
tion, while paying for advertising the names of candidates' agents. 

The returning officer is unwilling to accept my reading of the Statute unless 
Supported by opinion of counsel. 

I am, &C;, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 

Christopher Eobinson, Q.C., Toronto. 



^0 DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4 



Toronto, March 6, 1884. 

At the General Election for the Dominion, of 1882, a .Returning Officer! 
besides posting up his proclamation after receiving the Writ of Election, and the; 
notice of his haviDg granted a poll, as directed by sees. 15 and 24 of the Election 
Act of 1874 (37 Vic, ch. 9), advertised such proclamation, and I am asked whetheij 
he can claim to be paid for such advertisement. 

I think he cannot. The sections referred to point out how the proclamation id 
to be published, — by causing it to be posted up in the manner prescribed ; and sec! 
126, which specifies the fees payable to him, allows the actual cost of printing 
proclamations, and certain mileage for posting them. 

The printing here, as I understand it, means the printing requisite to enable hin 
to post up the proclamation as directed. 

Sec. 128 enacts that where the Eeturning Officer is required by the Act to giv< 
any public notice, and no special mode of giving the same is mentioned, he may giv( 
the same by advertisement, placards, or such other means as he may think best* 
But this cannot apply to the proclamation in question, for which the Act does pro 
vide a special mode of publication. 

C. ROBINSON. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, May 24, 1884. 

Sir, — I enclose some Commons Debates of 1884, showing a discussion whiof: 
took place on an item of $2,000, for making supplementary payments to certafy 
Eeturning Officers. 

All the payments authorized by the Election Aot were made by me before th» 
estimate was submitted. 

I am now anxious to know the kinds of payment which the grant justifies m< 
in making. Can I pay anything that 1 consider equitable as far as the money wil 
go, or am I confined to payments for voters' lists ? In any case, I suppose that 
must take responsibility for the justice of the claims passed. I would like an earfy 
answer. 

See Election Act of 1874, sec. 126, sub-see. 20, for the error said to have beei 
made in quoting sec. 64. It is affirmed by Hon. R. Laflamme that sec. 64 of th>: 
Quebec Election Act was intended, which says that ^he existing sub-divisions oj 
Montreal are to remain unaltered for municipal purposes. 

I am, &c, 

J. L. MoDOUGALL, A.G. 

Christopher Robinson, Q. C, Toronto. 



Toronto, June 12, 1884. 

Diar Sir, — I have considered the question submitted by you as to the paymen 
of " extra claims of certain Returning Officers," for which a sum of $2,000 was grante. 
during last Session. 

It is not very clear to me from the Debates which you send, what items or wha< 
services exactly the sum was intended to cover, and I cannot find the Quebec Eleotioi 
Act, of which sec. 64 provides that the existing sub divisions of Montreal are to re mail 
unaltered for municipal purposes. 

I gather, however, from Mr. Chapleau's second explanation, p. 1681-2, of th< 
Debates, that certain accounts were rendered, ohiefly from Montreal, for extra ser 
vices rendered by Returning Officers, specifying the items — that an enquiry has beei 
made on your behalf— and that this sum of $2,000 is granted to pay such accounts a 
far as it will go, after they have baen examined, the aggregate of then bsing u 
excess of the sum total. 



LEGISLATION— ELECTIONS. 91 



You must, I should say, exercise your own discretion in apportioning the sum 
among the different claimants, and as it seems evident that the furnishing of voters' 
lists not covered by the Statutory allowances was the primary object for which the 
grant was desired and made, the charges for this service should, I think, be first paid. 

Should there be any surplus, you may, it seems to me, pay for services charged 
for in these accounts, if any, which you may find to have been necessarily and actually 
'rendered, preferring, as far as possible, those in any way connected with the. voters' 
lists. 

I cannot speak more definitely, not having the accounts before me, and knowing 
only what the Debates explain. Should you be in doubt, it would be right, I think, 
considering the circumstances, to apply for information and assistance to the Depart- 
ment by which the grant was asked for. 

Yours truly, 

C. EOBLNSON. 

The Auditor-General. 



I Audit Office, Ottawa, April 1, 1884. 

Sir, — From letters which I have received from Sheriff Fergusson's creditors, I 
Gather that there is much dissatisfaction in Cape Breton County at his failure to 
close up the accounts of election expenditure for 1878, 1879 and 1882. I have used 
every effort to obtain from him enougli details to enable me to make payment, and 
have not succeeded. I now ask you to accept the enclosed commission, and obtain 
from the sheriff and other persons what information you can concerning the 
expenditure for the three elections. 

I enclose a copy of the account rendered to me by Sheriff Fergusson in 1880 for 
the election of 1878, with the allowance made ; a statement of sums paid to the 
Sheriff on account of the elections ot 1879 and lfc82, for which he has made no claim ; 
blank forms of account for the last two elections ; a copy of the Election Act, and 
one of the Audit Act. A map of Cape Breton County (one mile to the inch) will be 
sent in the course of the week. 

In an election under the Canada Temperance Act, the proclamations are posted 
jind the boxes distributed in one trip. In an election for the House of Commons, 
proclamations are posted before nomination, and boxes given and names of candidates 
posted in one trip between nomination and polling. You are requested to find, not 
She actual outlay by the Sheriff for travelling, but the distance actually and neces- 
sarily travelled : say, for posting proclamations in 1882 j the other tri ps will be nearly 
the same. 

For all other services, please obtain from the Sheriff's creditors detailed accounts 
)f claims, and certify them at the amounts which seem reasonable to you. I would 
ike to have specimens of the printing done in 1882. For voters*' lists, I want the 
iccounts of the Custodian against the .Returning Officer, stating the number oflists 
mpplied by him, and the number of folios ; also a statement of how many lists were 
mb-divided. The account of H. E. McKenzie, for sub-dividing territory in 1878, I 
'an only pay on a r&ileage basis. The work is always done by a trip of about the 
jame tenth as that for posting proclamations. 

•To cover the services of yourself and clerk, together with stationery, I am 
prepared to pay $50. Other expenses you will please keep as low as efficiency will 
tflow. 

I am, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A.G. 
Duncan McKenzie, Esq., Sydney, C.B. 



92 DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. iS 



Circular to Returning Officers. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, , 1884. 

Dear Sir, — I beg leave to make the following suggestions, tending to a speed 
settlement of your account for holding the coming election in 

1. The charges for mileage should be supported by a detailed statement of acttu 
travel, giving the names of places passed through, and the distances from place t 
place. To assist me in checking the statement with the map, please mark on th 
enclosed tracing of your County the route followed when posting proclamations, an! 
the place of each poll. 

2. The printer's bill should be accompanied by a specimen of each form printec 

3. I shall need the account of the Custodian against you for voters' lists fu 
nished, and the name of the office by virtue of which, he is Custodian. Also, pl< 
obtain for me (at the usual price of 6 cents each) printed copies of the lists, fc! 
verifying the charges. If you have any sub-di vision of lists to make, please let m 
know your reasons for sub-dividing, and send the original lists as part of the vouche: 

4. The Deputies' accounts should bear" your certificate of the correctness of eac 
item charged. Claims for rent and constables should be made in writing by th 
persons to whom the money is due. 

5. Under 41 Vic, cap. 7, sec. 53, I would like to see your account supporte 
by an affidavit that you have made a reasonable examination of the claims, and ai 
to the same extent satisfied of their correctness. 

6. You will doubtless agree with me that, for the eum of $3, a screen should t 
furnished which would last over several elections, if a custodian could be had. 
would suggest, as a sufficient screen, a piece of cloth hemmed along the top, with rin^ 
at the ends of the hem, to hang across the corner of the room. These could t 
furnished by the .Returning Officer where new screens were needed, and could be sei 
out and returned inside of the ballot-boxes. 

7. Please forward, with your account, a statement of ballot boxes, screens, &< 
showing where you obtained them and how you disposed of them. 

8. Let me call your attention to the Dominion Election Act, sec. J26, sub-se 
30, instructing Eeturning Officers to report through the Secretary of State tl 
distribution made of money paid them for election expenses. Since many of yotij 
claims on the Government are not completely established without receipts from yori 
creditors, and you cannot be expected to advance the money, a subsequent verificatic 

the only one possible. Enclosed please find a copy of the tariff. 

Yours respectfully, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor General, 



ARTS, AGRICULTURE AND STATISTICS. 



93 



Service. 



ARTS, AGRICULTURE AND STATISTICS. 



Uection and care of Archives 

Books, records and newspapers.... 
Copying, P. Gaudet 

do A. N. Montpetit 

do L Rose „. 



Travelling expenses, D. Brymner. 
On account do do 



Freight and express charges... 

Queen's Printer 

Expenditure paid through London Office- 
Copyists * 

Books, maps, &c 

Stationery 

Binding 

J. Marmette, four months salary and living allowance 
of $4 a day 

J. Marmette, petty expenses .% 

do removal expenses to Canada 

C. C. Chipman, services to Archives 



[tenses of Patent Record :■ 

Burland Lithographic Co 



f paration of Criminal Statistics : — 

'Sundry persons for statistical returns 

I W. Kingston, Extra Clerk in Department of Agriculture, 
i A. A. F. Woods do do 

do gratuity on leaving service 

J. B. Watts, Extra Clerk in Department of Agriculture... 

R. E. Watts, do do 

•Queen's Printer .. ... 



l}»enses of Census : — 

iClerks in Department at Ottawa. 

|Queen's Printer, printing 

'Citizen " Printing Co 

|3tationery Office, stationery 



Mrs. Taylor, washing , 

T. E. Lemieux, petty expenses.. 
F. Christin & Co., ice 



Travelling expenses, J. Cartier 

do J. H. Lyster .... 

do E. H. St. Denis. 



!5wan McDonald, District 192, N.W.T., Assistant Commis- 
sioner and 2 Enumerators 



■><■' in ion Exhibition, St. John, X. R.:— 

\. L. Inches, Secretary, Fredericton 

jlxhibits purchased in Manitoba for St. John Exhibition, 

»«lth Statistics :— 



undry persons for returns 

l. B. Laroque, M.D., Montreal,,9 months' pay as Statistical 

Officer 

'. Trenaman, M. D., Halifax, 3 months' pay as Statistical 

Officer 

\7. Canniff, M. D., Toronto, 12 months' pay as Statistical 

Officer ..... 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



200 00 

157 40 

62 00 



487 05 
147 33 



2,023 60 

714 97 

85 22 

58 58 

892 00 

10 30 

284 98 

233 33 



1,852 58 
106 05 
118 26 



26 00 

10 17 

6 42 



105 00 
38 40 
20 00 



$ cts. 



703 62 



419 40 



634 38 

28 39 

318 00 



4,302 98 



2,387 15 
732 00 
762 00 
152 50 
368 00 
364 00 
55 89 



27,102 00 

2,076 89 

42 59 

163 40 
195 00 



8,800 00 
1,200 00 

1,795 07 

338 88 

95 12 

316 00 



$ cts. 



6,406 77 



4,821 54 



29,579 88 



10,000 00 



2,545 07 



59,378 49 



94 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Service, 



Brought forward 



Arts, Agriculture and Statistics — Concluded. 

Health Statistics. — Concluded. 

A. Robillard, M. D., Ottawa, 12 months' pay as Statistical 

„ Officer.. , 

J.W. Daniel, M. D., St. John, 12 months' pay as Statistical 

Officer 

J. Ryall, M. D , Hamilton, 12 months' pay as Statistical 

Officer 

G. Coburn, M. D., Fredericton, 6 months' pay as Statistical 

Officer 

G. Coburn, travelling expenses 

R. Johnson, M. D., Charlotte town, 12 months' pay as 

Statistical Officer , 

J. W. Neilson, M.D., Winnipeg, 6 months' pay as Btatisti 

cal Officer 

Dr. Playter, services and 400 copies of his "Journal." 

Dictionary 

Extra Clerks in Department 

Queen's Printer - 



Agricultural and Industrial Statistics : — 

Paid Deputy Minister of Agriculture, Manitoba, for col- 
lecting statistics 

P. V. Gauvreau, Dominion Lands Agent, collecting statistics 

A. Dunlop, for collecting statistics 

L. F. A. Maingy, drawing map 



Balance — Arts, Agriculture and Statistics. 



cts. 



$ cts. 



2,545 07 



168 52 




165 24 




189 90 




57 76 




70 00 




128 71 




59 98 




600 00 




9 00 




499 50 




152 26 






4,645 9 




2,500 00 




200 00 




100 00 




40 00 






2,840 






66,864 4l 



$ cts; 



59,378 49 



Ottawa, March 14th, 1884. 

Sir, — I have examined the list of cheques issued on Census Account during tl 
month of February, 1884, and find that the greater number of clerks in the C( 
branch were paid various amounts, in addition to the regular monthly salary allow* 
them. 

Please let me know what these extra payments represent. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor General. 

The Secretary, Dept. of Agriculture. 



Dept. of Agriculture, Ottawa, April 15th, 1884. 

Sir, — I have to inform you, in reply to your letter of the 14th ultimo, on t 
subject of the payment to a number of Census Clerks, of various amounts, in additi« 
to the monthly salaries allowed them, that the administration with respect to 
Census is special, and the payments made to the clerks in accordance with theamou 
of work done by each, by order of the Minister. 

The amounts to which you refer, as having been paid to the Census Clerks, w< 
for extra work, and for proof-reading during the night, in order to expedite the co: 
pletion and printing of the volume which has recently been laid before Parliamei 



ARTS, AGRICULTURE AND STATISTICS. 95 



It would not otherwise have been possible to have this volume in time for the 
present Session. , 

I have the honor, &c, 

J. LOWE, Secretary. 
The Auditor General. 



Note. — Seepage 151 of the Auditor General's Eeport for 1882-3, for previous 
[correspondence on the same subject. Section 30 of the Census and Statistics Act of 
'1879 provides that all such appointments shall be made by the Governor in Council. 
-J. L. McD. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Oct. 17th, 1884. 

Sir,— I have the following remarks to make on the expenditure for Arts, Agri- 
julture and Statistics : 

Archives. — L. Eose, an extra clerk, whose salary is paid out of the vote for arch- 
ves, got $62.00 additional for copying. 

P. Gaudet received $200, and A. N. Montpetit, $100, for copying. No detailed 
ranchers were received in support of these payments. 

D. Brymner was advanced, in England, $97.33, and in Canada, $50, for travel- 
ing expenses. These sums have not yet been accounted for. 

C. C. Chipman was paid $200 for services rendered to archives. At the time the 
>ayment was made, Mr, Chipman was in receipt of a salary from the Dept. of Rail- 
ways and Canals, where he was employed as a permanent clerk and secretary to Sir 
Charles Tapper. Consequently, under the provisions of the Civil Service Act, sec. 49, 
he payment to Mr. Chipman was illegal, and he should be called upon to refund the 
lame. 

I would like to know whether any steps have been taken to this effect by your 
Oepartment. 

Criminal Statistics. — The cheques and vouchers in connection with the payments 
tor returns ($2,387.15) have not yet been sent to me. Kindly send them as soon as 
Possible. 

Dominion Exhibition.— The sum of $1,200 was paid for exhibits by W. C. B. 
Ixrahame, Winnipeg. Be good enough to send me Mr. Graham's statement, showing 
iow the above sum was disbursed. 

Agricultural Statistics. — For the payments made to the Deputy Minister ef Agri- 
culture, Manitoba, and to Messrs. Gauvreau and Dunlop, I hold receipts only. I 
vould like to know on what basis the payments were made. 

I have the honor to be, &g., 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 

?he Secretary — Department of Agriculture. 



96 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Service. 



IMMIGRATION. 



Salaries of Immigration Agents and Employees in Canada i 

L. Stafford, Agent, Quebec 

P. Doyle, Assistant do 

L. Stein, Clerk do 

W. Anderson, Norwegian Interpreter, Quebec 

F. O'Reilly, Messenger do , 



J. J. Daley, Agent, Montreal. 
W. McNichols, Assistant do . 
A. Regimbal, Messenger do . 



W. J. Wills, Agent, Ottawa. 
K. Olsen, Interpreter do 
A. Akerlinch do do 



Macpherson, Agent, Kingston.. 
Hitchin, Messenger do 

A. Donaldson, Agent, Toronto. 
Gaunt, Messenger do 



Smith, Agent, Hamilton. 
Rissman, Messenger do 



G. Smythe, Agent, London. 
Hunter, Messenger do . 



Clay, Agent, 9 months, Halifax , 

McC. Clay, Agent, 3 months, Halifax , 

do Messenger, 9 months, Halifax, 



Gardner, Agent, St. John 

. C. B. Graham, Agent, Winnipeg. 
J. Maas, Interpreter do 

M. Trimble, Caretaker do 

E. Tetu, Agent, Emerson. 

Fournier, Caretaker, Emerson 



A. Turgeon do Gretna 

Bennett, Agent, Brandon 

Eberhardt, Interpreter, Brandon 



J. Baker, Agent, Qu'Appelle 

F. C. Miquelon, Assistant, Qu'Appelle. 



M. McGovern, Agent, Port Arthur. 
Jessup, Agent, Victoria .. 



Total, Salaries in Canada. 



Salaries in London (England) Office: — 

F. J. Dore, 11 months' salary as Accountant. 
E. W. A. Dixon, 12 months' salary as Librarian, 



J. G. Colmer, 
C. F. Just, 
C. J. Taylor, 
J. Howard, 
A. Welland, 
C. C. Chipman, 



12 
12 
12 
12 
12 
1 



S. J. Wilkinson, 12 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Secretary.... 
Clerk 

do 

do 

do 

Accountant. 
Messenger.... 



$ cts. 



1,650 00 

1,050 00 

1,000 00 

630 00 

200 00 



1,250 00 
917 50 
366 00 


1,250 00 
322 50 
201 00 


1,250 00 
434 50 



1,600 00 
366 00 

1,200 00 
457 50 



1,000 00 
366 00 



750 00 
250 00 
412 50 



1,400 00 
800 00 
732 00 



Carried forward 



1,000 00 
600 00 



1,400 00 
799 92 



1,400 00 
800 00 



2,291 37 


699 89 


1,216 67 


730 00 


535 33 


474 50 


468 36 


150 00 


442 87 



IMMIGRATION. 



97 



Service. 



Brought forward.., .. 

Immigration. — Con tinned. 

Salaries of Agents in Europe : — 

John Dyke, Agent, Liverpool, 13 months' salary. 
Thos. Grahame, Glasgow, 13 do 

Chas. Foy, Belfast, 13 do 

T. Connolly, Dublin, 13 do 

J. W. Down, Bristol, 15 do 

J. O'Dell, salary 

OttoHahn do 

~W. Lukes do 

Kev. R. Wilson 

Thos. Olsen 



Contingencies of Canadian and otmer Agencies 

Quebec Agency , 



Montreal 

Ottawa 

Kingston 

Toronto 

Hamilton 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



London, Ont., Agency. 



Halifax 
St John 
"Winnipeg 
Emerson 
Brandon 
Qu'Appelle 
P. A. Landing 
Victoria, B.C. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



welling expenses of Agents in Europe :~ 

John Dyke 

Thomas Grahame 

Charles Foy , 

Thomas Connolly 

J. W. Down 

J. O'Dell 

Otto Hahn , 

W. Lukes , ,. 

Bev. R. Wilson 

Thomas Olsen 

Jiobert Clarke „ 



Assisting Immigration and Immi 

Transport of Immigrants — 

Grand Trunk Railway 

Canadian Pacific Railway 



; ration expenses :— 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



North Shore 

South-Eastern 

St. John & Maine 

Intercolonial 

Canada Atlantic 

Halifax & 0. B. 

Windsor & Annapolis Railway. 

New Brunswick Railway , 

Ottawa River Navigation Co.. . 

Bras d'Or Navigation Co ., 

Canada Transit Co 

Sundry persons ..* , 




Xesa Refunds — 

Tuke's Fund 6,178 89 

Irish Transport 5,012 28 



fi-fr 



Carried forward. 



2,150 18 

1,299 87 

1,083 44 

1,083 44 

608 33 

973 33 

1,666 67 

600 00 

548 62 

400 00 



4,284 64 


2,658 02 


1,368 21 


864 99 


2,578 19 


1,193 79 


734 68 


1,261 54 


277 87 


7 202 76 


877 56 


2,663 40 


284 48 


2,419 90 


50 00 


9,331 94 


3,334 27 


2,861 20 


2,291 19 


2,048 74 


223 82 


1,174 45 


787 37 


696 62 


491 73 


5SS 30 


86,752 99 


213 45 


128 50 


143 16 


128 03 


7,255 00 


23 45 


66 00 


114 19 


154 74 


34 75 


140 50 


45 00 


240 78 



95,440 54 

10,191 17 
85,249 37 



$ cts. 



36,254 39 



10,413 



28,719 03 



23,829 63 



85,249 37 99,216 93 



98 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



ii t 



Service. 



Brought forward 



Immigration. — Continued. 

Assisted Passages — 

H. A. Allan & Co -.,... 75,535 86 

D. Torrance & Co ; 13,531 07 

Canada Shipping Co 8,372 22 

John Ross & Co 2,248 15 

Robert Reford & Co 1,403 48 

White Cross Line 87 38 



Expenditure on repatriation account ........... ., 

Meals to Immigrants— 

G. Carslake $7,740 20 

D. McClanaghan , 7,996 40 



A. Marquette 

W. Dion 

Geo. Vye 

P. Cote 

W. J. Hamilton , 

W. Buckley 

J. H. Watson 

P. F. Polton , ... 

N. A. Ross 

W. Hallett 

C. Ruse, provisions for Icelanders 

W. J. Case 

A, Watson 

Sundry persons , 



2,515 10 
828 25 
695 25 
136 00 
139 25 
150 00 
164 75 
149 50 
370 55 
160 20 
188 57 
158 62 
237 35 
738 66 




Commission on children immigrating, at $2 apiece, 
British Columbia settlement bonuses 



Printing, advertising, &c. — 

Burland Lithographing Co $25,917 30 

Montreal " Gazette ' ' „ 9,211 15 

London "Free Press" 6,075 60 

Toronto "Mail" 9,803 92 

Hamilton "Spectator". 6,593 26 

Montreal " Minerve " - 213 00 

do "Herald" , 2,767 20 

do "Industrial World" 2,500 00 



Compagnie de Typographic des Cantons de l'Eet . 
St. John, N.B., " Sun " Publication Co 

T. Berthiaume 

J. Michaud 

L. J. Demers et frere , 

Dawson Bros 

J. J< Foote, Quebec 3,780 46 

H. Johnson 250 00 

D, M. Fraser M 600 00 

L. Brous3eau, Quebec 507 00 

H. W. Bennett, Prescott 6,141 95 



324 53 
200 00 
461 56 
460 00 
2,322 42 
253 00 



G. H. Taylor, Ottawa. 

W. B. Nantel 

€. P. Traill 

F. Gerbie 

C. J. Pitmen 

McLean, Roger & Co 

Miscellaneous 

" Shareholder," advertising 

25 copies " Home and Forest " 

"Picturesque Canada" 

100 copies " Commercial World" 



1 ; 600 00 

433 33 

75 00 

500 00 

100 00 

34 00 

1 20 

50 00 

12 50 

14 40 

15 00 



85,249 37 



99,216 



101,178 14 
2,377 50 



Carried forward. 



81,217 78 



22,368 65 

1,566 00 

370 00 



213,109 66 



39,216 



1L 



IMMIGRATION. 



99 



Service. 



Brought forward... . 81217 78 



Immigration — Continued. 

Printing, Advertising, &c. '.—Concluded. 

Map of Canada 

Views of British Columbia , 

Engravings 

Etching for pamphlet 

Photographs 

Electrotyping , 

Queen's Printer , 

Stationery Office , 



3 00 


5 00 


40 00 


25 00 


34 50 


3 00 


320 48 


18 30 




Paper for Pamphlets — 

Canada Paper Co , $13,710 22 

Buntin, Boyd & Co 3,790 16 

Barber & Ellis 6,441 87 

Toronto Paper Co 3,502 11 

J. J. Foote 216 43 



Expenditure in connection with Delegates — 

Ocean Mail Clerks '. 

Point Levis Guardians , 

Expenditure at Tanneries Junction, Montreal - 

Fuel 

Hardware 

Repairs to water-pipes 



$767 34 

292 97 

77 67 



Newspapers for British Agencies 

Extra Clerkg, Packers, &c, employed in Department of Agriculture- 



E. R. Dewhurdt, salary as Extra Clerk 

C. Steacy do 

M. O'Keefe do 

O. Dorion, Copyist 

S. Barnum do 

O.Corcoran do * 

E. Small 

M. Bell, Copvist 

J. C. Poper, translating, in 18S2-S3, 

J. Sanborn, Extra Clerk , 

J. Beaudoin, Packer 

Thos. O'Boyle do 

R.Roy do 



$549 00 

423 00 

139 50 

173 00 

202 00 

19 00 

95 00 

25 00 

24 00 

576 00 

457 50 

457 50 

333 30 



213,109 66 



•Freight, express, cartage, &c. 



Travelling Agents — 

A. O. Kellam, salary $1,200 00 

do expenditure 445 20 

J. Samner, salary , 1,200 CO 

do expenditure ,.., 555 00 

R. Clarke, salary , 462 00 

do expenditure , 231 00 

J. Taylor, salary........ 1,200 00 

C. Lalime do Worcester , 1,200 00 

do expenditure 1,920 02 

-Special services— 

A. S. Geralds, salary, Prescott... 

do expenditure 

W. S. Williams, salary, Coaticook 

J.H.Dyson do Richmond 

W. E. lbbotson do Sherbrooke.. 

J. Hoolahan do 

do expenditure .. , 



100 00 
217 10 
250 00 
200 00 
100 00 
580 00 
140 00 



•5-n 



Carried forward 1>587 10 



SI, €67 06 



27.660 79 

2,974 55 

800 00 

1,717 00 



1,137 98 
185 90 



$ eta. 



99,216 92 



3,473 80 
1,354 37 I 



8,413 22 



342,524 33 



09,216 n 



100 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1833-4, 



MS 



Services. 



Brought forward 1,587 10 



Immigration . — Con t inued. 

Special Services — Concluded. 

H. B. Richardson, salary, Matron, Quebec 

do expenditure. 

M. Phelan, salary, Matron 

do expenditure , 

Mrs. McCrobie, salary, Matron, Montreal 

W. Dewart, distributing printed matter 

J. McWilliams, Quebec 

J. Zingerle do ;, 

B. Ohlen, Finnish Interpreter 

W. E. Kinloch, Interpreter 

J. E. Ritchie, special services 

H. P. Clay do Halifax 

C. Collier do 

E. A. Dickenson do 

W. Kirby, collecting statistics 

W. E. Price, Grand Trunk Railway, immigration returns 

A. Somerville, literary services 

H. Lemcke do 

J. Murphy, Caretaker, Daluth 

J.Daly do 

P. Doyle, on Intercolonial Railway 

E.Clay, do 

A. Buntzen, in Denmark » 

Wm. Lukes, salary, 2 months 

do expenses 

G. Vikeman „ 

Locating immigrants — 

E. Perinet 

W. J. Wills - ,. 

A. T. Small 

D. C. Woodman 

M. W. Kirwan ,, 

K. Olson , , 

Capt. 0. W. Allan 

Rev. J. Bridger , 

H, J. Maas .... 

D. McDiarmid 

John Taylor 

W. A. Shepard 

L. 0. Belanger 

E. L. Bahvin3on, Icelandic Interpreter 

Travelling and incidental expenses— 

J. McGovern 

H. J. Maas , 

H. & A. Allan, passage of Mr. Olson 

do Mr. Lukes 

A. Buntzen, ocean passage...., 

J.J. Daley, distributing pamphlets, &c... 

J. A. Donaldson 

R. Macpherson 

W.J. Wills 

Thos. Bennett 

W. Anderson 

Rev. A. Lacombe. .. 

J. Jacques 

G. N. Mathewson 

John Lowe 

H. B. Small 

J. E. W. Currier 

W. C. B. Grahame 



527 50 


500 27 


153 00 


100 00 


200 00 


100 00 


50 00 


320 00 


20 00 


75 00 


100 00 


45 00 


35 00 


25 00 


50 00 


216 54 


624 00 


293 00 


183 00 


62 00 


326 00 


42 00 


75 00 


150 00 


84 66 


983 50 


100 00 


362 15 


372 00 


1,914 50 


373 CO 


103 20 


75 00 


219 00 


58 90 


117 00 


109 20 


165 00 


250 CO 


335 90 


1,327 27 


906 87 


80 00 


80 00 


75 00 


618 70 


300 10 


157 45 


60 00 


323 80 


580 80 


143 00 


50 55 


85 25 


703 54 


6 41 


43 65 


512 67 




342,524 33 



Carried forward. 



$ CtSL 



99,216 



6,927 57 



4,554 85 



6,055 06 



360,061 81 99,216 



IMMIGRATION. 



101 



Seryice. 



Brought forward , 

Imiti 2 gr aliom . — Con t inued. 



ftumber, repairs, &c. — 

Lumber for Toronto Agency 100 00 

do Winnipeg do 632 42 

Repair3 do do 210 72 

Carpenter work do do , 424 50 

Painting, Sherbrooke do 60 00 

Fencing, G. F. Bennett 640 00 

Miscellaneous expenditure— 

J. Smith, special expenditure to counteract Dakota 

exhibit 62 00 

J. Langelier, purchase of authorship of pamphlet 50 00 

J. Smith, on account of special expense , 100 00 

A. G. Smythe, account of special expenses , , 75 00 

Prof. Tanner, expenses 500 00 

Fuel, Chaudiere Junction 53 00 

Type-writer 125 00 

Grain samples 67 80 

"Canadian Gazette" 74 46 

"New Fork Herald" 10 25 

Pamphlet cases 33 00 

Grand Trunk Railway, ground rent, Sarnia 1 00 

List ef electors, Winnipeg 7 50 

Bottles 7 53 

Postage stamps 30 00 

Funeral expenses. 21 00 

Premium on draft purchased 50 45 

J. F. Miquelon.... 100 00 

W. C. B. Grahame, Icelandic transport, &c 100 95 



Expenditure paid through London Office- 
Printing and stationery 

Advertising , 

Rent 

Housekeeper 

Income tax .. 

Commission 

Steamship agents 

Freight 

"Warehousing charges 

Packinj 



Mounting maps 

Newspapers and Parliamentary papers 

Repairs .... 

Brass plates , 



Exhibition expenses — 

John Dyke, York and Liverpool , 

P. Ross, fisheries 

Royal Agricultural Society, fees , 



Travelling expenses — 
Sir Charles Tupper 

J. G. Cornier 

Rev. J. Bridger 

Rev. R. O. Greep ... 

W. Spielberg 

Sundry persons 



Carried forward. 



cts. 



1,082 31 

324 95 

90 56 



160 24 
53 53 



718 40 

204 40 

77 87 



791 69 
153 83 
38 18 
92 00 
380 21 
163 76 



% cts. 

24,890 60 

7,034 90 

3,041 42 

325 30 

342 06 

928 22 

1,265 33 



1,497 82 
213 28 
298 71 



213 77 



L000 67 



1,619 67 
42,671 75 



$ cts. 



360,061 81 



$ cts. 



99,216 93 



2,067 64 



1,468 94 



363,598 39 



363,598 39 



99,216 95 



102 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Service. 



Brought forward. 



Immigration. — Concluded. 

Special services and expenses promoting emi- 
gration — 

A. Bnntzen 

P. O'Leary 

A. Bath 

' W. Maas 

C. Johnson 



Office supplies and charges- 
Writing case 

Copying apparatus 

Regulating clock 

Insurance , 

Gaslight & Coke Co 

Directory , 

Pictorial Printing Co., 40 copies, 



Telegrams and cables 

Postage 

Funeral expenses of Mrs. Von Koerber 

Miscellaneous , 

Salary, P. J. Dore, June 



Aid io Montreal Women's Protection Iim- 
migrratioo Society 



Total Immigration 



$ cts. 



273 67 
170 33 
194 67 
200 00 
170 33 



12 53 

18 21 

7 30 

12 17 

33 94 

7 90 

4 87 



$ cts. 



42,671 75 



1,009 00 



96 92 
896 92 

1,232 54 
121 67 

1,156 40 
208 31 



$ cts. 



363,598 39 



$ eta. 



99,216 93 



410,991 
1,000 



511,208 



Audit Office, Ottawa, March 15, 1884. 

Sir, — I have examined L. Stafford's statement of expenditure, for the qui 
ended 30th Sept., last, and beg to draw your attention to the contingent expei 
which are as follows : 

Cab hire $114 16 

Meals 95 50 

Ferry and boat hire * 16 30 

Cash to poor emigrants 17 50 

Scrubbing offices , 12 60 

$256 06 

This expenditure is not supported by a single voucher* 

It strikes me that no great difficulty should be found in procuring vouchers 
most of the above expenditure. When they cannot practicably be had, detailcj 
statements, with dates, should be supplied. 

I am, Sir, &c, J. L. McDOUGALL, -JL G. 

TThe Secy., Dept. of Agriculture. 



QUARANTINE. 103 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Oct. 15 th, 1884. 

Sir, — Will yon be good enough to provide me, as soon as possible, with detailed 
.statements of the accounts and vonchers rendered by each of the undermentioned 
agents, in support of the moneys advanced them during the year 1883-84 ? 

The vouchers already received by me in no case equal the amount of advances, 
The detailed statements would enable me to point out the vouchers required to 
balance the various accounts. 

John Jessup, Jj. Stafford, Thos. Bennett, 

A. GL Smythe, John Smith, J. A. Donaldson, 

W. J. Wills, E. McClay, S. Gardner, 

J. E. Tetu, W, C. B. Grahame, J. Eberhardt, Asst., 

A. J. Baker, J. McGovern, K. Macpherson. 

I have the honor to be, &c., J. L. McDOUGALL, A. a. 

The Deputy Minister of Agriculture. 



{Extract^ 

Ottawa, Oct. 29, 1884. 

Sir, — deferring to a conversation with you on the subject of certain payments 
in a lump sum for the consideration of combined services and travelling expenses, 
having for object the promotion of immigration to Canada, I have to inform you that 
payments of this kind are never made, except to porsons who have a delegate 
capacity, or to correspondents of European newspapers, who visit Canada for the 
purpose of reporting on its resources ; and then such payments have always relation 
ito the length of time in travelling or the extent of country visited. 

■+±v «S> ■»£* «4» ^ O^ vj- >o-» >?,- •JL* 

+f <ST» ^* ^* ^s #^ *y* *T% « | T* #y» 

In the case of the employment of any pers^ whatever as a simple agent of the 
[Department, the details of all expenses are always required to be furnished, and 
always given. 

The distinction is between an employment, which constitutes agency, and paying 
for it as such; and the consideration of making a certain allowance on account of travel- 
ling expenses, in special circumstances, to particular persons, of the character above 
referred to, who happen to be in a position to render valuable services to the cause 
3f immigration — services, moreover, which could not be otherwise obtained — while 
the payments, as above stated, have always relation to length of time and extent of 
(services. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. LOWE, 
Sec. Dept. of Agriculture, 
Auditor General. 



104 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



if 



Service. 



QUARANTINE. 



Medical Inspection. Quebec: 

A. Rowand, Inspector 

do boat service 



Quarantine, Grosse Isle : — 

F. Atontizambert, Medical Superintendent, 8 months. 

H. J. Osgoode, Hospital Steward, 10 months 

A. Anderson, Norwegian Interpreter ... . 

W. Brantigan, Asst. Hospital Steward, 7£ months. 
C. Langlois, Boatman, 7* months. 

G. Duncan do 7? 
X. Turcotte do 7^ 
J. Turcotte do 7? 
E. Masson, Baker 7{ 
Church of England Chaplain 

Roman Catholic do 

Capt. E. Fortier, boat service 

Pilot boat 

Food, medicine and dry goods 

Contingencies and unforeseen expenses 



do 
do 
do 
do 



Less— Refunds 



Quarantine, St J hn, N.B. : — 

W. S. Harding, Inspecting Physician. 

C. 0. Dohertj', Stewardess 

W. S. Harding, boat service 

do contingencies 



$ ct.. 



Quarantine, Pictou, N.S : — 

H. Kirkwood, Inspecting Physician 
G. Matheson, Steward , 



Quarantine, Halifax, N S. : — 

W. N. Wickwire, Inspecting Physician. 

J. Devlin, Steward , 

Rev. J Wood, Chaplain 

M. Devlin, Matron 

W. N. Wickwire, boat service 

do contingencies 






Quarantine, Cnarlottetown, P.E.I. :- 

W. H. Hobkirk, Inspecting Physician 

George Henry, Steward 

P. Cullen, boat service. 

W. li. Hobkirk, contingencies 



Quarantine, Vancouver I* land, B.C 

W. Jackson, Inspecting Physician 

do contingencies 



Quarantine, Sydney, C.R. :— 

W. K McLeod, Inspecting Physician 



Tracadie Lazaretto: — 

Rev. Superioress, salary 

Rev. J A. Beaubien, salary., 
A. (J. Smith, M D do .. 

Sundry persons, for supplies. 



1,200 00 
400 00 


1,600 00 


666 60 


475 00 


349 98 


392 50 


362 50 


325 00 


325 00 


525 00 


200 00 


200 00 


1,200 00 
100 00 


1,391 54 
1,543 96 


9,657 08 
195 93 


1,200 00 
300 00 


600 00 


22 52 


400 00 


300 00 


1,200 00 


560 00 


100 00 


150 00 


600 00 


144 41 


400 CO 


300 00 


150 00 


35 40 


399 96 


45 00 



Precautionary Measures for Public Healt&t: — 

Public Health;— 

Winnipeg General Hospital, aid to immigrants. . 
St. boniface do do 

Can ied forward 




QUARANTINE. 



105 



Service. 



Brought forward 

Quarantine* — Continued. 
Hrecann«ionsury Measures ffoa* FuMie Health :— Concluded. 



Fa&lic Health:— 

J. 8. Lynch, M.D , professional services 

D. H. Cumeron, M.D. do 

Whitehead & Co., drugs 

filler, Morse & Co , supplies 

J. No: quay, on account of outbreak of small«r>ox 

K. J. Flayter, services and 400 copies of his journal 
O. C. Coutlee, services and expenses re sheep scab.., 
A. W. Clement do do 

Expenditure on account of sheep slaughter 

O. iSteacy, special services in Department 

O. Dorion, copying 

A. Morency do «. 

J. Fargue,'labor 

W. C. B Grahame, expenditure 

C I. Hazard, salary and expenditure 

1). McEachran, expenditure 

Hon. J. H. Pope, travelling expenses 

J. B. Wright do 

Horse hire 

Cartage 

Telegrams 

Putting in drain, Toronto , 

Lumber for Winnipeg sheds 

Moving buildings 

Whitewashing , 

J. J. Foo'e, pamphlets 

Certificate book 

Advertising... 




SnttZe Quarantine, Levis : — 

D. Mcftachran, Chief Inspector , 

M. C. Baker, Assistant do 

O. McKachran, Clerk 

J. A. Couture, Assistant Inspector.... 
A. W. Clement. Veterinary Surgeon. 

W. Walsh, Caretaker, &c 

F. Bellerive, laborer 

M. Guil.'vtt do 

JT. Pouliot do 

R. Bunting, Inspector, St. John, N.B. 

Lumber. 

Sawdust, 

Fuel. 

Stationery and advertising. 

Oigf.'ug well 

Blacksmith work. 

Supplies. 

W. Graham, Q. C , legal services, Queen vs. Ritchie. 

H. B. Small, travelling expenses 

Rent vf land ., 

O. Dorion, copying 

Disbursements by J. A. Couture, for labor, &c. 

do bvD, McEachran 

do by M. C. Baker „«... 



Less— Refunds. 

Carried forward. 



11,313 22 21,935 II 



1,231 00 




137 00 




867 15 




232 83 




1,000 00 




400 00 




651 00 




492 20 




313 11 




66 70 




30 00 




106 00 




84 00 




527 78 




123 95 




32 90 




769 00 




10 00 




127 00 




21 60 




330 80 




330 00 




88 07 




90 07 




24 15 




504 36 




9 00 




16 40 






19,919 19* 




1,500 00 




799 92 




100 CO 




799 92 




600 00 




570 00 




420 0© 




420 00 




420 00 




156 25 




3,356 77 




358 50 




43 50 




26 03 




250 00 




19 93 




10 31 




20 00 




7 00 




121 00 




10 00 




5,443 92 




591 29 




102 43 




16,046 77 




611 52 






15,4S5 25 





63288 5S 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Service., 



Brought forward 

Quarantine. — Conclu ded. 



Cattle Quarantine, West: — 

Prof. A. Smith, 15 months' salary. 

do expenditure r.. 

13. P. Westell, 12 months' salary.. 
W. Grey do 

do expenditure 

Chas. Foster, buildings 

D. B. Dick, services as architect.., 
J. B. Wright, travelling expenses. 
G. T. R. } ground rent , 



Cattle Quarantine, Halifax :- 
Lumber , 



JPIcton Cattle Disease: — 

Expenditure on account of cattle slaughter. 

Bent of property 

E. Jakeman, services and expenses 

■G. Caswell, salary 

do disbursements .'. 

Advertising „.... 



$ cts. 



625 CO 

111 10 

600 00 

456 00 

2 20 

2,080 35 

201 77 

23 50 

100 00 



160 67 
210 00 
196 50 
1,098 00 
900 66 
7 59 



$ eta. 



57,289 



4,199 92 

25 ©! 



2, €03 m 
64,117 8Si 



11 



ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE, 



107 



Service. 



ROYAL MILITARY COLLEGE^KIKGSTOX. 



Salary, Capt. Strange 

Salaries of Officers 

do Sub-staff 

do Examiners 

Messing accounts , 

Fuel and light 

Clothing 

Drainage and sanitary ventilation . ,. 

Books 

Washing accounts 

Compensation in lieu of clothing 

Furniture and hardware 

Surveying and drawing instruments 

Travelling expenses 

Chemical apparatus 

foots - 



Material for torpedoes , 

Table linen and towels 

Mnting and advertising 

Repairs and sundries 

Jhemicals..- 

Allowance to Major Jones, extra service...., 

dftthematical instruments 

Articles supplied by Kingston Penitentiary. 

leliograph 

>mgs , 

Jarpenters' work 

'elegrams, $25.02; and telephone, $80 

Postage stamps 

tationery.. . 

'artage 

'rockery 

land stamps 

abor , 



[ap of the United States 

^graving . 

words 

ew rent of cadets 

reight and shipping charges. 
llowance to reading room.... 

lumbing 

odel of fortification , .... 

applies for gymnasium 

inding books 

edical attendance....,,,. 

ompass ,„ 

ilances due cadets 

i's Printer ,. 



ueen' 



Balance not yet accounted for by Col. Strange. 



Revenue 



Expenditure 



Amount. 



$ Ct3. 



396 66 


30,938 25 


7,182 48 


120 03 


7,156 68 


4,975 94 


3,834 95 


2,000 00 


2,195 02 


1,343 11 


125 52 


1,120 54 


1,080 24 


1,018 85 


1,174 98 


903 46 


704 47 


700 55 


535 33 


449 64 


360 72 


350 00 


206 22 


117 46 


116 27 


147 37 


116 45 


105 02 


101 33 


78 28 


65 00 


f ■ 64 66 


61 35 


53 50 


50 00 


42 79 


40 52 


61 60 


27 28 


20 00 


18 95 


18 00 


16 15 


14 20 


10 95 


121 00 


641 88 


811 62 


71,795 18 


500 00 


72,295 18 


14,674 90 


57,620 28 



Note. — Explanation of item charged in Eoyal Military College, June account, 
-84: Major Jones, $350.00. 

Major Douglas Jones, Eoyal Artillery, Professor of Military History, Adminis- 
lition and Law at Eoyal Military College, Kingston— April, 1879, to June, 1884, 
3 e years. 

Allowance for extra staff duties performed, $350.00. By authority of the Min- 
cer of Militia. F ' 



103 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



C. P, Railway. 



R A I LWAYS-CAPI T AI*. 

Canada Central Railway Subsidy: — 

D. Mclntyre, balance of subsidy , 



Prince Arthur's Landing to Red River:— 

Alarming, McDonald, McLaren & Co., work under contract , 

do do renewals of bridges , 

do do laying down sidings , 

do do Arbitrators' award re Section B. 



Canadian Pacific Railway Co., work performed under contract 
Costs, &c, of arbitration re Section B — 

Holland Bros, reporting evidence, &c 

fi. 0. Demers, clerical services 

C. J. Brydges, arbitrator, 62 days 

do expenses , 

A. L. Light do 

do arbitrator, 53 days % 

G. M. Clarke, fee as arbitrator 

Expenses in obtaining witnesses , 

Witnesses' fees, &c , 

Hector Cameron, Q.C., fees 

do disbursements < 

D. O'Connor, legal services 

A.J.Christie do , 

8. Keefer, professional evidence.. 

W. Shanly do 



Services of engineers, rodmen, axemen, &c , 

Police commissioners and constables 

J. P. Donnelly, salary as track inspector 

do gratuity on leaving service < 

do disbursements 

A. Strcnach, inspector of rolling stock 

do gratuity on leaving service 

do travelling expenses 

J. McDonald, Police Commissioner, disbursements and travelling ex- 
penses * 

M. J. Haney, services as valuator ." 

L. H. Allison, disbursements 

G. L. Wetmore do , 

0. H. Morse, travelling expenses 



J. S. W. Caddy 


do 


0. McEwen 


do 


H. H. Hatton 


do 


R. B. Donkin 


do 


F. J. Lynch 


do 


D. S. Curry 


do 


A. Livingstone 


do 


C. McCabe 


do 


R. A. Davy 
E. A. Bleak ney 


do 


do 


E. V. Johnson 


do 



and disbursements., 
do 
do 



Jas. Crossen, valuator of rolling stock, services and expenses... 
P. Clarke do do 

W. T. Jennings, travelling expenses and board allowance 

J. A. Dickey, inspector, one month 

L. W. Hill, on account of travelling expenses 

R. Brnyere do do 

R. P. Bell do do 

1). O'Connor, legal services re Robinson 

do do C. Wilson 

do do Sifton & Ward 

Aikins, Culver & Hamilton, legal services re Robinson 

do do disbursements do 

do do legal service re Gunn et al... 

do do do Campbell & Almon. 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 



133,918 48 

811 81 

725 00 

78,451 69 



3,316 30 

100 00 

1,860 00 

550 00 

400 00 

1,590 00 

1,200 00 

1,147 00 

5,688 50 

202 70 

3,748 10 

1,340 05 

930 00 

100 (X) 

100 00 



10,263 58 
3,356 88 
200 00 
100 00 
17 45 
533 32 
133 33 

39 05 

38 60 
84 00 

107 85 
22 70 
16 25 

250 30 
9 45 

40 00 
15 25 

127 55 

121 00 

129 20 

294 30 

416 90 

52 50 

11 50 

300 00 

225 00 

334 76 

150 00 

175 00 

150 00 

50 00 

217 55 

29 00 

55 20 

427 00 

163 50 

182 85 

76 15 



18.916 97 522,179 



11 



RAIL WA YS — CAPITAL , 



103 



C. P. Railway. 



Brought forward . , 



Railways— Capital. 

Prince Arthnr's Landing to Red River — Concluded. 

A. Ferguson, solicitor for Sifton & Ward, taxed costs re Petition of Right. 
J. H. Bell, taxed costs re Spencer & Bradley 

A. N. Russell, land > 

B. Metcalfe do 

B. L. Drewry do ■> ... , 

H. Bannerman, right of way , 

John Gunn, land 

Root Cox do , 

Hon. W. J. Almon, land , 

H. J. Whitley do 

G. B. Spencer, land and interest , 

F.T.Bradley, do do , 

<3. M. Allen and W. B. Gravely, land and interest , 

fuel , 

Timber ~ , «.«* 

Magnon & Stevenson, fencing 

C. N. Black, ties 

Wm. Gooderham, water tank , .. 

Neil Morrison, completing tunnel ., , 

Hardware 

Intercolonial Railway, repairs to car "Keewaydm" 

Hand cars.. .". 

Transport of tug , 

Freight 

Repairs of dam 

Repairing velocipede ~ 



Paint, etc. 

HacLean, Roger & Co., printing Sir C. Tupper's speech of 1883 

do do C. P. R. statements and resolutions 

Stationery and printing 

Leger Brousseau, printing 10,000 copies of speech, C. P. R 

A. Gelinas, translating speech 

Labor, taking stock 

Rent, Rat Portage goal - 

D. Rodgers, boarding staff 

John sills, damages to crops, etc 

H. R. Winar, office rent 

H. A. Longley, extra clerk , 

Coal oil „ , 

D. S. Curry, services while closing his accounts 

Balance of D. S. Curry's expenditure on construction account in 1881-2. 
Expenditure at Ottawa (Head Office) „„„,., 



jest of Red River :— 

J. Taylor and W. McK. Taylor, compensation for damages to land, with 
interest 



W Pay Joseph Whitehead, Contract 15 : — 

O'Connor, Birmingham & Whitehead, trustees for Joseph Whitehead. 

- Lusted : — 

2 horse-toboggan3 for Fort Francis Canal 



Siith & Ripley:— 

To settle their claims for work on Georgian Bay Branch., 

Sttion Accommodation: — 

John McDonald, work performed under contract 

S. Adaxs, erection of car shed 

Mulholland Bros., hardware , , 



$ cts. 



18,916 97 



1,464 65 

193 41 

429 24 

44 10 

5 88 

30 

61 07 

35 25 

298 00 

61 69 

1,200 00 

1,691 32 

592 00 

160 73 

884 88 

1,566 66 

1,829 04 

508 00 

125 00 

394 16 

185 90 

90 00 

125 00 

84 97 

15 00 
10 00 

16 80 
438 00 
275 00 
118 50 
476 37 

63 75 
162 65 
105 00 

88 00 
160 00 

20 00 

48 00 

7 00 

942 00 

475 93 

5,C00 00 



20,450 00 
718 49 
185 40 



$ cts. 



522,179 53 



39,375 27 



561,554 80 



X 



1,537 15 



81,190 00 y 

i6 o© y 



82,849 01 



21,353 m 



/ 



X 



110 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



C. P. Bail way. 


% cts. 


$ eta 


Railways —Capital. 

British Columbia : — 

D. 0. Mills, work on Contract 60 ...... . 


118,357 23 
787,600 00 
269,100 00 
516,800 CO 


1,691,857 S3 
1,109,300 0< 


do do 61 


do do 62 


do do 63 




A. Onderdonk do 92 


909,400 00 
199,900 00 

2.499 96 

4.500 00 
336 53 

2,500 00 

503 00 

300 00 

330 00 

208 47 

S8 00 

235 25 

499 05 

782 25 

40 00 

37 65 

100 79 

56 01 

55 62 

58 63 

30 45 

385 00 

51 50 

21 83 

22 CO 
5 75 

390 00 

260 00 

971 19 

109 25 

1,450 00 

3,424 CO 

342 42 

5,000 00 

3,000 00 

40 CO 

48 00 

450 00 

700 00 

81 20 

5,000 00 

76 00 

118 00 

108 00 

400 00 

9 21 

314 15 

293 00 

81 00 

35 00 

60 00 

25 00 

178 83 

202 22 

94 33 

156 18 

173 80 


do do 93 


J. W. Trutch, proportion of salary 




do travelling expenses ;.. 

J. Tornlinson, salary - 


P. Borradaile, part of salary 

E. A. Bleakney do 


do travelling expenses 


John Clay, porter of official car, services and disbursements 

J. W. Dougla3 do do 


C. P. R. Co., supplies for official car u Cumberland " 


Ahearn & Soper, electrical apparatus for do 


Intercolonial Railway, two new wheels do „..* 

William Howe, painting, &c. do 














Canada Atlautic Railway, repairs do 


Conductor's cap do 

Six hand cars • ~ 


Velocipedes . r • 


Hardware 

Blacksrnithing 






Donald McDonald, land for railway purposes 


William Perkins do 




Cha3. G. Major do 

William Fisher do 


E.Chung do 

Marcus Cox do 


Thomas Binnie do 


F. J. McJayol & Co. do 


John R. Scott do 


John Reynolds and Win. Hall do 


William Nelson do 




E. A. Atkins do 

Thomas Haney do ' 

John Mclver do 


Building Engineer's office on railway crossing. „ 


Building stable 

do boat 




Removing buildings from railway line ,.«...., 


Making drain at Drynoch Station « '.... 

Repairing church , 


Carried forward .... 


37,235 52 


2,801,157 



ill 



RAIL WAYS— CAPITAL. 



lit 



C. P. Railway. 



Brought forward 



Railways— Capital. 

Soriiasm Columbia — Concluded. 

Removing graveyard . 

Furniture and fittings for station-house , 

Lumber 

Photograph views of bridge., 

Coal oil 

Lithographing „. 

Stationery, &c . 

Advertising ., 

Office supplies, &c , 

Travelling expenses, L. K.Jones... -.. 

do sundry persons. ........ 

Provisions 

Board and lodging 

Telegrams 

Instruments, and repairs of same 

Hay, oats, &c , - 

Fuel 

Rent of office, &c... ,. 

Legal advica re railway lands , , 

Canada Atlantic Railway, grading and laying switch for connection 

with St. Lawrence and Ottawa Railway ,. « 

Transportation of steel rails, &c ,. , ~ 

Freight, express and cartage 

Resident and assistant engineers, inspectors, draughtsmen, &c 

Rodmen, axemen, rock-measurers, and others 

L. B. Hamlin, disbursements 

Sundry petty payments 

Expenditure at Ottawa (Head Office) 



$ cts. 



Less— Refunds . , 



Total, British Columbia. 



JiibsMy — Canadian Pacific Railway : — 

I Canadian Pacific Railway Co., work performed on Central Section, 
do do Eastern do 



Advances on account of rails, in accordance with sub-section (c), sec. 9, 
of the Canadian Pacific Railway Act — 

Advanced in 1881-2 

. do 1882-3 ....- 

do 1883-4... 



Total, advances »....- — 

Less— Repayments made by deductions from moneys due for 
subsidy , 



Balance due Government, 30th June, 1884. 



37,235 52 



30 00 
106 35 

145 89 
63 50 

193 50 

35 00 

4,619 35 

98 60 

1,156 41 

501 00 
6,217 57 
9.176 98 
3,862 07 

543 37 

419 87 
1,637 13 
1,626 25 
1,055 00 

214 20 

265 89 

74.425 97 

3,816 80 

74,773 63 

59,469 25 

300 00 

152 88 

10,000 00 



292,140 98 
150 15 



3,255,173 00 
3,999,035 27 



375,000 00 

1,728,627 00 

502,738 00 



2,606,365 00 
2,501,365 00 



105,000 00 



Ct3. 



•iS 



2,801,157 231 



291,990 83 
3,093,148 06 *f 



7,254,208. 27 



l;peefting EngineeB's— Salaries and Expenses: — 
, Expenditure at Ottawa 



litnMna Branch : — 

Wm. Robinson, amount of judgment of Exchequer Court, for ties 

T. D. Kennedy, taxed costs re Robinson vs. the Queen 

J. H. D. Munson, proportion of fee as commissioner for taking evidence 
re Robinson vs. the Queen 



t Frances Lock : — 

Hugh Sutherland, balance of salary and disbursements. 
J. W. Lewis do do 

Thos. Marks & Bro., supplies furnished ia 1877...™~« 



4,715 60 
1,179 24 

149 18 



^ 



9,957 m 



2,195 69 
293 37 
133 94 



6,C44 02 



2,623 00> y 



112 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



31 



C. P. Railway. 



Railways— Capital. 



Te Recoup tne Town of Pembroke : — 

Pembroke'bonds given to Canada Central Railway 

Interest on same for 18 months, at 6 per cent «. 

Balance of indebtedness for right of way 



Surreys : — 

Hndson Bay Company, for supplies furnished in 1872 

Canadian Pacific Railway — Mead ©fllce : — 

Salaries— 

Collingwood Schreiber 

P. J. Lynch , 

E. V. Johnson „ 

T. Ridout. 

A. M. Edmonds 

J. R. Chamberlain 

J. Short 

A- Dale 

T- Chas. Watson 

A. Crawley 

W. J. Bradley 

U. Brunet 

L. A. Desrosiers , 

T. Taylor , 

Wm. Hackett 

M. O'Neil 

8. Graham „ 

JB. Belford - 

A. Deslauriers 

Florence McKee 

E. S. Almon 

A. R. Kingston , 

L. A. Tobin 

J. S. Mackay. 

J. M. Craig 



Contingent Expenses— 

Lithographing 

Atlas 

Plan cases 

Photographic materials 

Newspapers 

Queen' 8 Printer, printing and binding. 

Stationery Office 

E. V. Johnson, travelling expenses .... 

P. J. Lynch, office disbursements 

C. Schreiber, travelling expenses 

Telegraphing 

Bell Telephone Company, rental ......... 

"Hansard" 



Total, Head Office 

Charged as follows — 

British Columbia 

Prince Arthur's Landing to Red River 

Inspecting engineers, salaries and expenses 



$ cts. 



75,000 00 
6,750 00 
3,500 00 



2,000 00 


2,400 00 


1,620 00 


2,800 00 


1,200 00 


915 00 


915 00 


915 00 


915 00 


488 00 


488 00 


366 00 


672 50 


1,500 00 


313 00 


366 00 


549 00 


549 00 


138 00 


12 00 


249 00 


204 00 


157 50 


157 50 


157 60 


14 20 


22 00 


9 00 


23 70 


10 00 


598 19 


504 60 


36 75 


86 95 


42 95 


1,753 85 


111 00 


3 00 


10,000 00 


5,000 00 


8,263 19 



23,263 19 



13 



RAILWAYS— CAPITAL. 



113 



Audit Office, Ottawa, June 7, 1884. 

Sir, — With reference to the payment of $265.89 made by letter of credit 
cheque 1904, to the Canada Atlantic Eailway, for grading and laying switch for 
:onnection with the St. L. and O. Eailway, I beg to say that, in my opinion, it 
loes not appear to be a proper charge against Pacific Eailway construction, British 
/olumbia. 

I have the honor to be, &c„ 



ecretary, Dept. Eailways. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 



Dept. of Eailways and Canals, Ottawa, June, 1884. 

Sir, — In reply to your enquiry regarding the payment of $265.89, made by letter 
F credit cheque 1904, to the Canada Atlantic Eailway, for grading and laying switch 
>r connection with the St. L. & O. E., I am to inform you, such outlay obviates the 
ecessity that would otherwise exist of having to send the Canadian Pacific Eailway 
ir, each time it is required, a distance of 240 miles, a recurring expenditure alto- 
ather overcome by the economical mode adopted ^ The above amount is chargeable 
general inspection of the Canadian Pacific Eailway, and therefore the charge is 
much applicable to the British Columbia section as to any other. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

A. P. BEADLEY, Secretary. 
e Auditor-General. 



A ! 



5—8 



114 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Intercolonial Railway. 



Increased Accommodation. St. John :— 

Causey, Bond & Milden, on account of contract 

Bond & Milden, on account of contract ; material 

G.P.Johnson do coal shed 

Rhodes, Curry & Co. do head house 

do do passenger station ; brick 

C. McGourty, on account of contract for retaining wall 

J. McGourty building retaining wall at new flour shed ; material. 

G. Fleming & Sons, building and erecting iron trusses 

A. E. Rendle, glazing roof of train house, St. John 

J. Harris & Co , stove fittings in freight shed 

Traiuor & O'Brien, pump and fittings 

J. Starr, calamined shingles- 

J. L. Robinson, removing boiler and safe from old station house.., 

Heroy & Merrimier, glass for train house 

Harrison & Peters, granite sills - 

G. S. Mayes, work done &c. ; piling .. 

Humphrey & Trites, lumber , 

R. P. McGivern, coal. 

W. H. Thorne, cement 

St. John Bolt and Nut Co., material, labor, &c 

Fairbanks & Co., repairing scales 

R. Roberts, driving piles , 

T. Campbell, brackets 

J & F. Armstrong, lime , 

D. B. Wetmore, sand 

F. A. Jones, lumber 

W. H. Brown, material * 

Rradley Bros , block 

C. D. Sargent and F. G. Jonah, blue paper , 

McLachlin & Wilson, birch , , 

Bank of Montreal, commisssion on draft 

Pelliser, Pellisei & Co., drawings. 

Paymaster, pay-rolls, labor, &c 

Stores Department, material supplied , 

Road do do 



J. T. Ritchie, salary and expenses 

J. C. Murray do 

C. P. Hillson, travelling expenses 

T. C. Connors do 

P.S.Archibald do 

S. McKean do 

W. B. Mackenzie do 

G. Ackman, expenses 

J. Sullivan, services as Clerk of Works 

M. Blackall, cab hire 

T. F. Raymond, board 

Road Department, inspecting buildings 



Sundry persons, advertising 

Stations, freight on roofing slates 

Mechanical Department, carriage of material, &c. 



J. T. C. McKean, professional services 

Silas Alward, legal services re Robertson. 
L. R. Harrison, legal services 



Total Increased Accommodation at St. John, 



Halifax Extension: — 

J. Monaghan & Sons, masonry 

R Stone, masonry 

R. L. Black, lumber ~ 

R. Stewart do '. 

T. G. McMullen, lumber , 

T. A. S. de Wolfe & Sons, cement. 



Carried forward 



cts. 



6,804 00 

39,050 70 

545 00 

5,731 50 

22,708 05 

2,382 42 

761 10 

9,090 00 

4,687 CO 

7 00 

II 40 

3,631 00 

35 00 

1,318 00 

502 38 

13,349 23 

1,514 83 

3 00 

138 00 

339 31 

110 30 

49 00 

11 25 

72 50 

73 50 
243 88 

3 90 

2 00 

4 50 

3 40 
20 66 

5 01 
9,871 76 
7,628 4t 

201 20 



119 73 
101 00 
139 25 

25 00 
148 14 

20 00 

22 05 

4 50 

160 00 

95 70 
505 90 

53 33 



78 78 
2,141 71 



3,612 20 

91 80 

126 84 



1,837 00 
29 20 

1,437 33 
18 00 
18 00 
46 80 



3,386 33 



RAILWAYS —CAPITAL , 



115 



Intercolonial Railway— Continued. 



Brought forward. 



ali lax Extension— Concluded. 
J. Blagdon & Sons, labor and material, 



W. A. Fultz & Co. do 

D.Grant do 

McDonald & Co. do 

Starr Manufacturing Co. do * 

A. Moir & Sons do 

J. Gifford, removing boulders .. - 

W. S. Symonds & Co., labor 

W. Roberts, lfibor and coal drop 

J. A. Campbell, loading stone . 

J. Causey, labor at dock yard entrance , 

do work done , '. 

F. A. Jones, piles 

W. R. Jamiesou, straw, 

C. Fisher, material 

F. W. Horley, account contract, dock yard wall 

Nickerson Bros. do , 

W. G. Wiswell do labor, material 

J. E. M- Taylor, glazing, painting &c 

Public Works Dept, repairs to and use of steam dredge 

Mcintosh & Mclnnis, labor t .„. 

J. Cause}', building oil shed. 

P. Fahey, on account contract. 

Paymaster, pay-rolls, labor, &c 

Stores Department, material supplied 

Road do grading North street bridge 

Mechanical Department, labor on new boiler, Richmond shops 

do do paid A. Moir & Sons for shafting, Richmond shopi 

do do labor furnished new car shed ..... 

do do do putting gas in elevator 

R. Fraser, cab hire 

If. T. Hillson, expenses * 

G. Ackman do 

S. McKean do , 

, P.S.Archibald do 

J S. A. Pitou do 

i Canadian Rubber Co., expenses 

1 J. T. Ritchie, salary.. 

i A. Grant, services and expenses 

, \. H. W. Goold, services ' 

I H. Hesslein & Sons, board 



W. Cunard, land taken ., 

W. N. Jones do and interest. 



Wallace Graham, legal services 

J. S- D. Thompson do re Mclllreath., 
E. H Keating, C.E., professional services - 

Mechanical Department, carriage of material. 
Sundry persons, advertising , 



By cash for pipe, short delivered for machinery 

do amouat deposited by P. Fahey as security. 
do do F. W. Horley do . 



$ cts. 



3,386 33 



37 93 

484 63 

49 i 26 

130 50 

130 00 

236 11 

1,439 50 

6 25 

126 00 

12 00 

1,438 52 

160 85 

65 00 

60 

227 15 

7,338 65 

1,826 00 

3,933 37 

12 00 

11,774 81 

313 37 

575 74 

588 07 

4,296 73 

2,465 95 

448 00 

272 52 

176 10 

70 42 

45 83 



46 00 

50 75 

5 20 

20 00 

37 80 

1 50 

170 42 

56 87 

936 33 

130 67 

147 50 



1,500 CO 
642 00 



509 87 

186 50 

65 00 



Total, Halifax Extension... 



,'tmonth Bran < h :— 

Stores Department, material supplied. 

do do timber for bridge. . 

Paymaster, pay-rolls, labor, &c 



5-8J 



Carried forward. 



21 60 

20 80 

277 40 



1,144 59 
2,5 JO 00 
2,650 88 



6,325 47 



$ cts. 



42,563 24 



1,603 04 
2,142 00 



761 37 

811 10 
110 50 

47,991 25 



319 80 
47,671 45 



116 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Intercolonial Railway. 



Carried forward 



Dartmouth Branch. — Concluded. 

F. Webber, sleepers 

J. Gait, blue paper 

C. D. Sargent & F. G. Jonah, blue paper 

Halliday & Rushton, timber 

R. L. Black, timber for bridge 

T. Fillmore, loading piles 

M J. Hogan, on account bridge 



P. S. Archibald, expenses. 



A. C. Selig 


do 


W. R. Jamie son 


do 


J. J. Taylor 


do 


A. Grant 


do 


C. T. Hillson 


do 



J. T. Ritchie, salary and expenses. 

A. H. W. Goold, services 

J. D. Robb, do 

H. Hesalein & Sons, board , 

E. McKenna do 

J. 0. Priest do 

Mrs. N. A. Ross do 

R. Fraser, cab hire 

J.C.Murray do 



Sundry persons, advertising 

American Society of Civil Engineers, transactions, 



Mechanical Department, carriage of material, &c. 
Wallace Graham, cash to pay for right ot way...., 
A. Waddell and J. T. Walker, appraising land.... 



Amount deposited by A. Waddell & Co. as security for contract. 
Total, Dartmouth Branch 



Dalhousie Branch : — 

W. Taylor, progress estimate, account contract 

do sleepers 

J. Reid do 

E. Harquel, making square and rods 

E. Harqun, tables, trusses, &c... 

T. Blundell, labor and material for station 

W. Smith, labor 

H. Freelotte, labor 

W. Lawlor, making farm crossings 

J. Gait, blue paper 

Paymaster, labor, &c 

Stores Department, old steel rails *. 

do do material supplied 

Mechanical Department, fitting engine with We3tinghouse brake. 
Road do material 



A. C. Selig, expenses 

P.S.Archibald do 

W. B. Mackenzie do 

J-J. Tavlor do 

C. T. Hillson do 

J. T. Ritchie, salary ,. 

Kelly Evans, services 

J.C.Allison do , 

W. M. Bright do 

do board and travelling expenses, 

D. Delaney do rent of office 

T. Murpby do horse hire 



Brought forward 



$ Ct3 



6,325 47 



592 00 


11 86 


7 50 


1,016 35 


1,872 00 


185 90 


1,500 00 


233 40 


45 60 


13 00 


14 00 


11 00 


13 00 


311 75 


107 67 


160 00 


153 87 


182 40 


30 00 


48 CO 


75 25 


4 00 


111 00 


1 00 



32,678 30 


411 19 


850 00 


2 60 


8 00 


1.845 11 


25 75 


6 00 


45 CO 


6 54 


3,627 C6 


11,394 04 


4,634 27 


6,000 00 


145 00 


6 20 


77 35 


142 25 


23 17 


17 75 


25 00 


25 00 


160 00 


649 00 


81 12 


30 00 


358 45 



1,595 29 



11 



RAIL WAYS — CAPITAL . 



117 



Intercolonial Railway. 



Brought forward. 



lalhonsie Branch: — 

Mrs. L. Davison do 

P. Lyons, services 

W. Smith, Inspector and Timekeeper. 



Sundry persons, land taken 

Municipality of Restigouche, land and wharf for right of way 



Mechanical Department, carriage of material ; ballasting. 
J. C. Barbarie, legal services re land, recording deeds....,-. 
Sundry persons, advertising 



Total Dalhou3ie Branch. 



Ivicre da JLcnp, Town Branch: — 

Theriault & Deschene, progress estimate. 

do wire fencing 

N. Michaud, cost of making deed 

Hearn & Harrison, material 

Paymaster, pay-rolls, labor, &c 

Stores Department, material supplied 

do. old steel rails , 



A. C. Selig, expenses 

P. S. Archibald, expenses 

A. K. McDonald do , 

W. B. Mackenzie do , 

J.J.Taylor do 

W. M. Bright., services and expenses. 

S. Turgeon, rodman 

D. Periault do , 

Mrs. B. Davidson, board 

A, Dafour, horse hire 



Sundry persons, land taken 

do advertising , 

P. V. Tache, legal services re C. E. Pouliot's bill. 
H. Hebert, executing deed, eale of land . , 



C. E. Pouliot, costs re claims sundry persons 

Intercolonial Express Co.. charges on box 

Department of Railways and Uanals, express_charges on field instruments 

Mechanical Department, engine and car hire 

Total Riviere du Loup Branch, Town Branch 



iore da Lonp Branch — Improvements and Repairs : — 

J P. B. Casgrain, attorney for L. Morin, legal services 

1. Hebert, legal services re Atkinson property 



*. Morin, compensation for damage to land (claimed, $859.58) 
Total repairs, Riviere du Loup Branch 



St.fharles Branch and Ferry : — 

Western Section — 

W. Rhodes, use of property , 

Quebec Warehousing Co., property , 

do do land 

A. Guay, land , 

E. T. T rites, cash to tender parties to land. 



Stores Department, proportion of steam excavator and expenses.. 

do material supplied 

do old steel rails 

do new do fish-plates, &c 



Carried forward, 



$ cts 



1,595 29 



19 00 
90 00 
25 £0 



1,487 00 
50 00 



5.473 13 

1,192 05 

8 00 

5 25 

464 92 

422 89 

577 26 



11 20 

12 60 
9 57 

78 00 

21 17 

330 34 

2 81 

1L 88 
125 50 

77 50 



20 00 
5 00 


186 50 

2 00 

3 80 



444 21 
12 00 



353 10 

1,018 37 

29,351 20 

1,058 00 

4,800 00 



3,558 88 

827 19 

2,213 73 

11,161 84 



17,761 64 



cts. 



61,678 86 



1,729 79 



1,537 00 

1,884 99 

169 50 

157 62 



67,157 76 



8,143 50 



680 57 

1,497 00 

186 48 



25 00 



192 30 
23 50 



10,748 35 



456 21 

378 92 



835 13 



36,580 67 



36,580 67 



118 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Intercolonial Railway. 



Brought forward 

St Charles Bran eh and Ferry — Continued. 

Road Department, material supplied 

Bank of Montreal, commission on exchange 

M. J. Hogan, refund of amount charged him for steam shovel 

A. Russell, steam shovel 

G. Davie, use of floating crane 

P. Robitaille, floats used , 

W. Hazlehurst, iron turntable. 

Carrier, Laine & Co., bolts 

R. Neal, blue print paper 

J. Gait do 

S. Peters, signs 

C. Dube, switci sleepers ...... 

Marquette & McConnell, bolts, &c , 

Baudet & Chinic, bolts, nuts, &c ... 

N. Carrier, stone ballast 

Hearn & Harrison, material 

N. Pelchet do 

Andrews Bros. do 

Humphrey & Trites, cedar posts , 

R. Smith, lumber 

King Bros, do 

R. Roherty do , 

S. Paradis do 

A. J. Murray, labor 

F. Lemieux do 

J. Lemieux do 

S. Dussault do and ballast 

M. Hurley, painting trestle work 

R. S. Jarvia, makiug ladders, &c . 

W. A. Metzler, painting 

N. Murray, ballasting 

Paymaster, pay-tolls ; labor. 

Atkinson & Murray, ballast; excavating 

W. B. Mackenzie, salary and expenses ,. 

P. S. Archibald, expenses 

S. A. Pitou do 

C. T. Hillson do 

S McKean do 

A. C. Selig do 

H.J.Mackenzie do 

J. J. Tavlor do 

E. T. Tr'ites do 

A. H. W. Goold, services 

E. Demers do and expenses 

C.Bouchard do and horse hire.., 

J. B. Robb do re arbitrations 

rfundry persons do as witnesses . 

Russell Hotel, Quebec, board 

W. Tofield do , 

Mrs. P. J. Wallace, board 

G. Fortin, meals 

G. A. Vye do - 

L. R. Harrison, legal services 

T. 0. Casgrain do 

J. Tache do re Frechette 

H. C. Pelletier do 

Montambault, Langelier & Langelier, legal services 

Wallace Graham, legal services re demurrage of rails, ex "Rebekka 

W. & L. E Gurly, repairing transit 

J. Fournier, receiving deeds 

S. LaRue do 

L. S. Forgue3, registering deeds 

Carried forward 



cts. 



17,761 64 



3,045 



4,132 

17 

29 

74 

1,560 

36 

5 

4 

51 

240 

540 

40 

43 

4 

63 

27 

5 

7,207 

2 27 

112 

6 

1,002 

30 

18 

2,585 

92 

11 

1 

597 

5,578 

3,864 



264 

121 

40 

51 

13 

5 

10 

1 

7 

48 

638 

47 

15 

125 

28 

76 

62 

40 

3 

6 

430 
98 
60 
46 
21 



69 20 



RAILWAYS —CAPITAL. 



m 



Intercolonial Railway. 



Brought forward. 



Charles Branch and Ferry — Continued: — 

L N. Carrier, certificates and registering deeds. 
W. B. Mackenzie, balance on transit 



Mechanical Department, carriage of material, &c. 

Sundry persons, advertising 

Mercier & Co., printing tickets 



Total St. Charles Branch, Western Section. 



Central Section — 

M. J. Hogan, on account of contract 

do for 75 per cent, amount retained 

Quebec Central Railway Co., expenditure, &c , 

R. Roherty, lumber 

S. Paradis do , 

T. F. Blair do 

Hearn & Harrison, material , 

J. Gait, blue print paper 

Humphrey & Trites, cedar posts 

Marquette & McConnell, bolts , 

Carrier, Laine & Co., bolts ; washers; material for steam shovel 

A. Levesque, ribbing for snow fence 

P.Samson do 

M. J. Hogan, ballasting; masonry; earth filling , 

do labor 

W. B. Railway, amount paid J. Isner ; men loading rails 

R. S. Jarvis, making ladders, &c 

W. A. Metzler, pointing 

W. CharUnd, jun., labor 

A. Russell, steam shovel 

Paymaster, pay-rolls ; labor, &c 

Stores Department, material supplied— , 

Road do do 



R N. Hall, to pay claims. 



L, R. Harrison, legal services 

T. C. Casgrain do 

H. C Pelletier do 

Montambault, Langelier & Langelier, legal services 

J. B Hamel, legal services 

J. Kournier, receving deeds; services as witness., 

S. LaRue do 

M. Bourget, examining deeds 

J. Fournier, deeds; searches; copying 

H. C Austin, copy of deed 

L. E. Thompson, copy and evidence re arbitrations 

L. N. Carrier, registering deeds 

H. Stavely, expenses, &c. re settlement of claim 

Mrs H. Dinning, services of husband reporting on claim. 

J. C. Clapham, searches, &c. ; sale of land. 

T. Hamel, searches re land claims 



Sundry persons, attendance ; evidence ^arbitrations. 

J. Taohe, copies of plans re land claims 

J. D. Robb, services and expenses re arbitrations 

J. Burgess, expenses re land claims 

A. Demers do do 

F. N. Berlinguet, expenses and services re land claims. 

E. T. Trites, expenses , 

S. A. Pitou do , 

J. Ye© do 



Carried forward. 



cts 



69 20 



153 88 
23 33 



262 44 
6 80 



47,755 34 

9,823 42 

328 45 

112 50 

6 40 

12 50 

4 67 

4 40 

5 00 
40 00 

105 57 

24 00 

24 00 

3,150 00 

1,767 40 

17 97 

11 35 

1 50 

64 87 

4 20 

2.468 44 

5,914 49 

1,660 66 



2,993 01 
263 50 



6 72 

430 83 

1,385 60 

46 91 

26 65 

22 04 

8 27 

6 00 
12 70 

8 26 
58 40 

24 24 
51 00 

150 00 
5 00 

25 00 



305 45 

35 00 

33 08 

45 00 

74 88 

631 00 

11 00 

6 20 

4 00 



1,148 61 



$ eta, 



87,866 71 



246 41 

2,024 80 

269 24 



90,407 16 



73,307 13 
3,256 51 



2,267 62 



78,831 26 



120 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1833-4 



II 



Intercolonial Railway. 



Brought forward. 



St. Charles Branch and Ferry — Continued. 

C. T. Hillson do 

A. 0. Selig do 

S. McKean do 

P, S. Archibald, expenses 

J.J.Taylor do 

H J. Mackenzie do 

W. Fernie 
G. Ackman 
S. Cunard & Co 



do 
do 
do 



of McDonald at Quebec. 



W. B. Mackenzie, services and expenses. 

A. H. W. Goold do 

E. Demers do land damages 

C.Bouchard do horse hire 

Russell Hotel, Quebec, board 

Mrs. P. J. Wallace, board 

W. Tofield, board 

G. A. Vye, meals t 

Dominion Bridge Co., Mr. Hurdman's services. 



W. B. Mackenzie, balance on transit. 
W. & L. E. Gurly, repairing do 



Mechanical Department, carriage of material, &c. 



Less— M. J. Hogan, coal 

do Proportion of fitting up steam shovel. 



Total, St. Charles Branch, Central Section, 



Eastern Section— 

H. Muma, expenses in connection with expropriation of land 
W. Compton do do do do 

J. Cowan do do do do 

C. Thibault do do do do 

J. Simard do do do do 

Sundry persons, services a3 witnesses 

C. T. Hillson, expenses ... 



S. A. Pitou 


do 


A. C Selig 


do 


S. McKean 


do 


P. S. Archibald 


do 


H. J. Mackenzie 


do 


J. J. Taylor 


do 



W. B. Mackenzie, salary and expenses. 

T. J. Ritchie, balance of salary 

A, H. W. Goold, services 

E. Demers do 

C.Bouchard do horse hire 

Russell Hotel, Quebec, board 

W. Tofield do , 

Mrs. P. J. Wallace, board , 

G. A. Vye, meals 



M. J. Hogan, account contract.... 
Garrier, Liioe & Co. do 

C. Dube. lumber 

R. Roherty do « 

S. Paradis do - 

Humphrey & Trites, cedar posts.. 

P. Uttican, posts 

J. Gait, blue print paper 

Hearn & Harrison, material 

R. S. Jarvis, making ladders, &c 
W. A. Metzler, painting 



Carried forward. 



$ cts, 



1,168 61 



43 84 


10 50 


13 34 


241 88 


1 72 


10 52 


9 75 


4 50 


42 00 


253 74 


48 56 


776 89 


47 76 


194 76 


62 62 


76 26 


3 50 


40 00 


23 33 


10 77 


202 50 


899 60 



398 10 

263 50 

436 50 

698 23 

324 91 

58 60 

74 82 

3 30 

10 50 

13 33 

101 09 

10 51 
1 72 

245 50 
25 00 
48 55 

678 56 
47 78 
28 24 
76 27 
62 63 
3 50 

5,000 00 

23,242 51 

19 44 

112 50 

6 40 

5 00 

213 98 

16 40 

15 67 

11 35 
1 50 



28,644 75 



RAILWAYS— CAPITAL, 



121 



Intercolonial Railway. 



Brought forward. 



Ht. Charles Branch and Ferry : — Continued. 

A. Russell, steam shovel 

Paymaster, pay-rolls, labor, &c 

Road department, material supplied , 

Stores do do 

do do proportion steam excavator ; expenses . 

Mechanical do labor on extension Hadlow engine house. 



Sundry persons, land taken ; land damages. 

F. Labonte, damages to property 

E. Pacaud, costs re land 



L. S. Forgues, registering deeds 

L. N. Carrier do 

J. Fournier, receiving deeds 

S. LaRue do - 

A. Demers, certificates ; expenses re land claims 

H. C. Pelletier, legal services 

L.R.Harrison do 

T- C. Casgrain do 

Montambault, Laijgelier & Langelier, legal services. 



J. D. Robb, services re arbitration cases , 

J. A. Mailloux, payment of costs re claim of S. Turgeon 

W. B. Mackenzie, balance on transit , 

W. & L. E. Gurly, repairing do 



Sundry persons, advertising. 

Mechanical department, carriage of material, &c 



Less— M- J. Hogan, proportion fitting up steam shovel. 
Cheques refused for land 



Total, St. Charles Branch, Eastern Section , 

Add do Central do page 120. 

do Western do page 119, 



Total, St. Charles Branch.. 



>ti Charles Branch — Shunting- Yard : — 

The corporation of the town of Levis, land, buildings, &c 
Stores department, glass, pestle and mortar 



oust ruction : — 

Sundrv persons, land taken; land damages 

L. R. Harrison, cash to pay into court re heirs of late John Jones, 



do legal services 

W. A. Park do 

J. Gleeson do re Lepage 

R. A. Lawlor do re Jones et al. 

G. E. Kidd, copying deeds at Ottawa 

Paymaster do 

J. E. Purdy, recording deeds 



do 

do 



Stores department, binding and mounting plans. 
Total, Construction 



iscellaneous Works, not otherwise provided for 

H. C. Pelletier, legal services re Rochette 

R. Sedgewick do 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



33 27 

3,972 82 
3,376 45 
2,667 49 
3,558 87 
5 60 

1,324 35 

5 60 

450 00 



4 00 
24 23 
12 33 

8 27 
74 87 



707 73 

6 73 

430 83 

46 92 



15 34 

326 15 

23 34 

10 77 



899 60 
334 50 



29,000 00 
33 50 



1,706 89 
2,717 00 



137 00 

197 90 

70 00 

61 5' 

334 50 

149 71 

2 25 



83 00 
9 60 



$ cts. 



3,611 14 



42,259 25 



1,779 95 



123 70 



1,192 21 



375 60? 

25 m 

3,686 29 



53,053 34 



1,234 10 

51,819 24 

87,795 06 
90,407 16 



230,021 46 



29,033 50 



4,423 89 



952 86 
12 00 



5,388 75 



37 SO 



122 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Intercolonial Railway. 



Brought forward. 



Additional Boiling Stock :— 

Canadian Engine and Locomotive Co., locomotives 

Kingston Locomotive Co. do 

G. Jf leming & Sons, locomotives 

do overcharge on engines ». 

Kingston Car Co., combined cars 

do baggage and express cars 

do account gondola cars 

do putting screens in cars , .. 

Canadian Locomotive Co., charges for springs removed from locomotives. 

J. Crossen, account of contract 

do platform cars 

J. Harris & Co., first-class cars 

Ontario Car Co., second do 

Carrier, Laine & Co , balance on box cars 

S. Waddell & Co. , express and baggage car .. 

do putting screens in cars * ..... 

Mechanical Dept, applying Westinghouse brake 

do building snow ploughs and flangers 



do makirjg cabs and screens in new engines. 

do fiting up new express and baggage cars... 

do do ntw engines 

do do new passenger cars 

do new postal cars 

do 1/tbor on new coal cars 

do labor furnished. ~ , 

do preparing plans for new cars 

do labor inspecting do 



Stores Dept , material 

A. Moller, making canvas roof 



new flangers. 



J. C. Mc Allan, services and exp c nses 

H. A. Whitney, expenses inspecting new rolling stock. 

D.White do rolling stock 

W. Duncan, inspecting cars 



Kingston Car Co., allowance for painting cars 

Total for Additional Rolling Stock. 



Intercolonial Railway Commission : — 

G. M. Clark, commissioner services and expenses 9 mos. at $150 Oft 

J). E. Boulton do do 10 do 450 00 

F. Broughton do do 8 do 450 00 

R. Jones, salary as clerk 

L. K Jones, salary us secretary 

R. Bruyere do clerk 

J. C. Boyce, extra clerk 

do type writing 

R. B. Bell, salary as messenger 

E. V. Johnson, services 



F. Broughton, commissioners' postage 

J.. K. Jooes, petty disbursements 

R. Bruyere, travelling expenses 

A. Mattei, services and expenses 

W. Howe do 

W. H. Tuck do 

G. Sutherland, services and fee3 

Sundry persons, travelling expenses as witnesses 



$ cts 



149,225 70 


43,200 00 


45,524 00 


524 08 


5,760 00 


15,461 00 


too 00 


189 00 


291 78 


9,037 00 


4,767 00 


43.500 00 


65,455 00 


8,500 0J 


2,223 00 


27 00 


32,500 00 


1,936 40 


1,360 00 


464 69 


4 80 


928 36 


1). 41 


19 40 


141 87 


499 99 


715 25 


6,695 99 


10 00 


976 85 


100 00 


463 00 


104 00 



Carried forward. 



4,050 


00 


4,500 


00 


3,631. 


70 


800 


00 


908 


19 


637 


50 


288 00 


121 


80 


411 


00 


6 00 


6 99 


19 


29 


63 


00 


31 


50 


109 


28 


i»5 


5.0 


125 


50 


1,181 


58 



RAILWAYS— CAPITAL. 



123 



Intercolonial Railway. 



Brought forward. 



Intercolonial Railway Commission — Concluded: — 

H. C. Pelletier, legal services - 

A. Ferguson do 

A.J.Christie do 

R. Sedgewick do 

Holland Bros. , reporting , 

J. Hope, books and stationery 

A. S. Woodburn, stationery and binding. 

Stationery Office do supplied > 

Queen's Printer, printing , , 

6. Cox, lithographing 

G. Hay, pocket knives ... 

Sundry persons, advertising 



Canadian Express Co., express charges 

T. Birkett, padlocks 

J. R. Eemonde, padlocks, boxes, &c 

Great North Western Telegraph Co., telegraphing. 



Total, Intercolonial Railway Commission 



Expenses, Halifax Street Railway vs. Queen r- 

Wallace Graham, legal services 

D. O'Connor do 



?". Rochette : — 

Official Arbitrators' award for land taken for railway purposes. 

ilex, McDonetl «& Co. : — 

Amount awarded them by Intercolonial Railway Commission. 

a F. Fergnson : — 

In full for land taken for Cotton Company's siding 

Interest on do do 



Falconer : — 

For compensation and in full payment for damages to property. 



% cts. 



1,962 50 

549 77 

270 30 

105 00 

1,786 34 

5 08 

45 00 

103 48 

12 55 

5 00 

4 00 

69 00 





6 00 




4 48 




35 30 




71 86 



421 70 
284 89 



inndry Awards »y Intercolonial Railway Commission : — 

R. H. McGreevy, award. «. 

do interest at 6 per cent, from Aug. 1, '75, to April 1, '84. 



J N. Blaikie, award 
D. McDonald do 
do do 



M. Murphy do 

D. F. Fraser & Co., award. 

A. Johnson k Co. do . 

A. McDonald do . 

A. McDonald & Co. do . 

do do . 



A. McBean and legal representatives of late W. H. Robinson, award.... 

C. Wilkins, administrator of estate Geo Neilson, award 

do do Alex. McGaw, do 

Total, Sundry Awards by Intercolonial Railway Commission. 

tdiantown Branch : — 

R- R. Call, to pay for right of way om 



Carried forward 



2,500 00 
309 00 



55,313 00 
28,762 00 



22,269 00 
36,397 00 



26,105 77 
3,977 25 



$ Ct3. 



16,989 83 



4,918 02 

117 64 
22,025 49 

706 59 

1,702 66 
47,005 98 

2,800 00 
677 85 



84,075 00 
1,865 00 



58,666 00 

14,417 00 

9,472 00 

817 00 

61,758 00 



30,083 02 
5,483 00 
5;000 00 

36,797 00 



308,433 02 



381 00 



124 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Intercolonial Railway. 



Brought forward . 



New Rolling Stock : — 

Nova Scotia Government, per following accounts, viz 

J. Taylor Bros., duties, freight, &c , 

Intercolonial Railway, freight on rolling stock ... 



"Western Assurance Co., insurance on do 
Royal Insurance Co. do do 
Insurance to date 



Rhode Island Locomotive Works, locomotives , 

Wason Manufacturing Co., passenger cars v , 

do alarm cords .'.... 

J Harris & Co., 50 platform cars $22,250 00 

do 30 box cars 16,800 00 



Less deduction. 



39,050 00 
300 00 



C. A. Scott, travelling expenses purchasing rolling stock, 

D. White, inspecting cars 



J. Harris & Co , refund of freight. 
J. Taylor Broa., refund 



Total, New Rolling Stock ' 

Total Expenditure, Intercolonial Railway, Capital 



$ cts. 



22,955 5j6 

3,097 96 



622 00 

256 90 

4,363 70 



40,219 83 

35,765 48 

12 00 



38,750 00 



$ cts. 



549 50 
25 00 



1,054 69 
193 00 



26,053 52 



5.242 



114,747 31 

574 50 
146,617 93 

1,247 69 

145,370 24 

1,514,979 10 



11 



RAILWAYS— CAPITAL. 



125 



P. K.I. Railway. 



Cape Traverse Branch : — 

Gray & Wheaton, masonry and fencing ; grading 

do stcne and stripping 

do stone for "wharf 

do on account contract ... 

do loading and unloading rails 

Canadian Locomotive Co., locomotive and tender. 

Paymaster, labor, &c 

J. Howat, blacksmith work. 

J.Power do 

D. Howat, blacksmith's coal 

Intercolonial Railway, measuring timber 

J. H. Haslem, hauling iron ; horse hire 

G. Fleming & Sons, deck and plate girders 

St. John Bolt & Nut Co., track bolts 

T. Burns, timber. ..... 

B.Webster, ballast poles 

D. McQuarrie do 

D. McFarlane do 

W. H. Thorne & Co., augers 

A. Siraug, poles and brush « 

do timber and cross ties 

do teams; board, &c , 

A. McPherson, brush supplied , 

Trustees A. F. Jones, hemlock, , 

J. Howat, ballast poles 

Hearn & Harrison, engineering instruments ..... 

J. Newson, desk and lock 

W. Bell, boards 

C. A. Bell, shingles — 

A. J. Callbeek and others, one scow 

W. Bell, cross ties 

J. D. Muttart, cross ties 

W. McRae do .... • 

T. N. Pope, sleeper3 

E. Gorrill do 

J. Barclay do 

L. Arse^ault do 

E. Howat, plank; horse hire , 

J. Hughes, board and meals 

do distributing stakes 

A.L. Wright & Co., lumber 

Bremner Bros., maps; stationery 

Lewis Muttart, meals supplied 

do boat and horse hire 

J. W. Hughes, horse hire 

W. Doyle, stakes 

J. W. Hughes, sundries supplied 

P. P. Irving, amount paid to men at wharf 

F. McFarlane, hire of scow 

A. McFarlane. piling 

W.Bell do 

J. McQuarrie do 

J.Dawson do 

P. Poxley do 

J. Barclay, placing Dunk river bridge 

Stores Department, material supplied 

do rails and fastenings 



Mechanical Department, carriage of material 

0. Harper, freight on spiling 

Intercolonial Railway, amount paid for freight charges 
J. Silliken, freight on timber and deals 



J. W. Stordy 
J. 0. Green 
G. N. Allen 
R. Campbell 
H. Wadman 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



posts. 

lumber 

deals , 

cedar posts. 
hemlock 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



2,362 99 



$ cts. 



24,211 29 




4.720 50 




1,042 20 




3,435 25 




69 00 




8,737 14 




8,769 97 




62 22 




2 67 




10 50 




5 25 




89 00 




385 00 




180 00 




87 23 




5 40 




61 00 




10 00 




9 60 




159 10 




1,354 24 




139 41 




71 40 




118 91 




80 00 




40 00 




13 30 




15 75 




10 50 




45 00 




23 00 




6 00 




21 00 




2,590 29 




6 65 




1,562 34 




10 65 




10 50 




76 35 




9 00 




2,104 32 




11 98 




19 86 




42 00 




316 30 




24 00 




4 60 




24 22 




36 00 




6,182 69 




13 50 




6 00 




12 00 




8 25 




50 00 




5,775 63 




33,796 76 






106,684 77 




1,977 47 




175 44 




1 35 




29 08 




17 36 




62 30 




11 39 




50 95 




37 65 





106,684 77 



126 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



P. E. I. Railway. 



Brought forward. 



-Cape Traverse Branch— Concluded. 

P. E. I. Steam Navigation Co., freight on rails. 

C. A. Bell, freight on timber and deals 

Intercolonial Express Co., charges 



Sundry persons, land taken 

Mrs. R. Campbell, right to timber and brush on land. 

J. T. Ritchie, services and expenses 

J Brown do 

P.S.Archibald do 

A. Kelly Evans do 

C. Gaynor, services...,, 

T. C. Connor do ~ 

0. B. Wadman, services with engineer. 

A. Collette do do 

A. H. W. Goold do do 

James Coleman, expenses 

G. Logan, services as transit man 

W. B. Mackenzie, checking plans 

D. Logan, tracing plans 



L. R. Harrison, legal services 

J. Sutherland, M.D., medical services. 



Sundry persons, advertising ,. 

W. Haslem, land valaator 

C. F. Harris, jun., postage stamps. 



Less. 



Paymaster, cash for tools supplied men 

do cost of tools. . 

do amount entered in error on pay-roll... 

Sundry persons, cheques for land taken, returned. 



Total, Cape Traverse Branch 



Rolling Stock : — 

First Class Cars : — 

Mechanical Department, labor 

S. W. Crabbe, labor 

Stores Department, material 

Second Class Cars : — 

Mechanical Department, labor 

Stores do material. 

D. M. Fraser, expenses , 



Total Expenditure, Prince Edward Island Railway— Capital. 



$ CtS 



2,362 99 



150 00 


24 81 


3 00 


9,496 00 


70 00 


200 00 


1,257 10 


211 75 


53 00 


66 00 


99 00 


9 25 


13 80 


20 00 


25 00 


39 00 


25 00 


6 00 


25 00 


13 00 



1,154 74 

46 74 

703 04 

3,196 Q6 

4,812 76 

3 50 



6 00 

3 00 

14 00 

330 00 


121,098 94 
353 00| 





CANALS— CAPITAL, 



127 



Canals— Capital , 



Lachine Can«»l — Capital : — 

Wm. Davis & Sons, work performed under contract, Section 11 

Rodgers & Farrell, do do 

Williamson, Rodgers & Farrell, work performed under contract, includ- 
ing Mr. Page's award 

John McDougall, work performed under contract 

H. J. Beemer, for use of dredge 

Geo. Dowker, resident engineers, &c 

Heirs of late Peter Jackson, interest on award , 

G. A. Grier, compensation for fencing, and gate3 

P. Boulay, services as draughtsman in Department at Ottawa 

J". Rielle, surveyor, services and expenses - 

J A. U. Beaudry do do 

Louis Allard, services as valuator 

Wm. Darling do , 

H. Abbott, kgal services re various cases ~ 

L. R. Church do Bernier , 

T. Trudeau, travelling expenses , 

Holland Bros., reporting evidence ,., 

Stationery Office , 

Printing, binding, &c 

Advertising... t 



Jchn Page. Chief Engineer of Canals, services as sole arbitrator in the 
case of Williamson, Rodger3 & Farroll, contractors for Section 9 



Cornwall Canal -Capital: — 

Gordon, Woodward & Chamberlain, Avork performed under contract. 

J. A. Gordon, look gates 

Engineering staff, salaries and wages , 

D. McDonald, salary as inspector of lock gates 

H. H. Killaly, six months' salary 

do travelling and other expenses 

John Page, jun., do do 

Surveyors' instruments, &c 

Dawson Bros., stationery 

" Citizen" Printing and Publishing Co., printing specifications 

Office furniture, fixtures, &c 

Matting 

Fuel 

Lumber 

Hardware and blacksmithing 

Telegraphing , 

Freight and cartage 

Stationery Office 

1 Printing, binding, &c 
Advertising - 



illlamsburg Canal -Capital : — 

Entrance and Lock at head of Rapide Plat Canal : — 

Engineers, axemen, laborers, &c - 

H. H. Killaly, three months' salary , 

do travelling and other expenses 

John Page, jun , disbursements 

D O'Connor, legal services re Holden estate ... 

Horse hire.. 

Telegraphing 

Stakes , 

Use of buckets, <fcc 

Miscellaneous articles „ 



illiamsbnrg Canal:— 

Rapide Plat Division :— 

Compensation to estate of late Jas. Holden for a storehouse, and rent 
of same 



% Ct3. 



76,900 00 
49,900 00 

25,922 00 

6,448 87 

7,415 00 

16,703 57 

248 83 

400 00 

1,006 00 

50 00 

65 00 

99 00 

199 00 

120 00 

33 m 

64 00 

250 00 

113 44 

8 06 

2,512 93 



16,0C0 00 

2,801 53 

2,073 90 

386 50 

250 00 

303 35 

16 45 

373 80 

203 63 

67 25 

196 48 

11 75 
55 41 
93 77 
84 34 

12 32 
16 43 
18 CO 
31 77 
21 45 



1,468 75 

125 00 

263 80 

15 72 

24 54 

95 00 

14 51 

58 00 

4 00 

14 12 



Carried forward. 



% cts. 



188,459 41 
575 00 



189,034 41V 



23,018 13 v 



2,083 44 <> 



390 00 ^ 



.1 214,525 88 



128 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1S83-4. 



11 



Canals — Capital. 




Brought forward. 



St. Lawrence River and Canals— Capital 

A. Hamel, extra clerk in Department 



M. Desjardina 


do 


D. A. McMillan 


do 


Thos. Earns 


do 


L. Burpee 


do 


A. Crawley 


do 


W. J. Bradley 


do 


M. O'Neill 


do 


U. Brunet 


do 


Elizabpth McBean 


do 


M. McKinnon 


do 


J. L. Dakin 


do 


F. McKee 


do 


L. J. Landers 


do 


0. Dorin, copying ,. 





Total, Extra Clerks in Department 



E. E. Gilbert & Sons, work performed under contract 

Salaries of eugineers, rodmen, &c 

P. J. McManus, caretaker of chain tug 

do allowance for man during leave of absence 

Canadian Express Co., surveyors' instruments 

Repairs to transit 

do boat 

John Page, travelling expenses , 

S. H. Haycock, incidental expenses 

" Citizen " Printing and Publishing Co., printing specifications 
Lumber 



Hardware 

Stationery Office 

Printing, binding, &c. . 
Advertising..., 



Murray Canal— Capital : — 

J. D. Silcox & Co., work performed under contract .... 
Salaiies and wages of engineers, rodmen, axemen, &c. 

J. C. Sanford, horse hire . , 

Office rent 

Dawson Bros., stationery , 

J. E. Rosamond, sundry disbursements, 

J. A. MacDonell, legal services 

H.J. Scott, Q.C., costs , 

Chas. Mahony do 

J. Hoskins do 

R. Porteus do 

Delaney & Ostrom do , 

A. F. Wood, services as land valuator 

do expenses 

Coal 

Removing telegraph poles 

Boat 

Steel tapes 

D. Church, land 

Farley, Farley & Jordan, land 

L. Latour, land , 

do do and interest 

John May do .... 

T. Porter do ,., 

Hall, Smith & Sheriff, school trustees, land 

Geo. May, land 

S. H. Flindall, land 

G.J. Flindall do i 

Ben. Row do , 

Stationery Office 

Advertising 



Carried forward. 



732 00 


915 00 


610 00 


303 00 


249 00 


274 50 


244 00 


213 50 


183 00 


120 00 


122 00 


122 00 


60 00 


46 50 


5 00 


4,199 50 


69,800 00 


4,756 08 


9C0 00 


75 CO 


285 56 


21 00 


9 00 


105 32 


16 70 


190 15 


121 31 


87 99 


92 69 


30 75 


9,154 98 


106,900 00 


6,497 25 


327 00 


299 77 


66 09 


82 37 


1,178 87 


55 32 


124 66 


146 92 


409 13 


1C6 16 


30 00 


14 55 


46 61 


8 25 


10 00 


18 00 


40 00 


50 00 


175 00 


116 29 


385 CO 


75 00 


550 00 


185 40 


120 00 


60 00 


51 50 


19 26 


39 03 



CANALS — CAPITAL 



129 



Canals — Capital ■ 



Brought forward 



reliant] Canal— Capital : — 

H, J Beemer, work performed under contract 

E. A. Smythe do do 

C. F. & VV. F. Dunbar, work performed und^r contract 

F. B. McNamee, amount awarded by Mr. Page 

Hunter, Murray & Cleveland, work performed under contract 

P. Larkin, work performed under contract 

J. & R. Miller, lockmasters' houses ..♦. . 

D. Munro, facing banka . 

J. & T. Lannan do 

Jas. Murray do 

Alex. Manning, stone for lining banks ..... . ~ 

Roger Miller, gate- lifting apparatus 



do 



tools, &c , for gates 



Welland Railway Co., labor, material, &c., repairing track at crossing. 

John Page, travelling expenses 

John Ryan, damages to property 

Tho3. Nihan do . 

Mary DeYonge do 

Catherine Golden do ..... 

Robert Waller do ~ 

Ed. Faimer do 



Kep. estate late F- DeYonge, damages to property 

W. Upper, damages to property. , 

Jas. D. Facer do 

Mrs. J. A Midler do 

F. Boyer, damages to buildings, &c , 

Mary Farmer, damages to property 

J. V. Brown & Co , work performed under contract 

do per R. D. Dunn 

A. Boyer and Mrs. Mary Boyer, land .. . 

Municipal Corporation, County of Welland, land 

Allan Ray, land 

B. B. Osier, legal services 

J. C. Eccles do .. 

Holland Bros., reporting evidence 

u Citizen " Printing and Publishing Co., printing specifications. 

Telegraphing M . 

Photographic materials 

"Haneard" 

Chas. Costin, on account of travelling expenses 

H. Muma, services as laad valuator.... 

do expenses do 

J. Ham Perry, services do 

do expenses do ,<■ 

Employees in Department : — 

ft. C. Douglass, salary 



J. B. Spence 


do 


G. A. Mother3ill 


do 


J. W. Burke 


do 


H. LeB. Ross 


do 


ft. W. Breckon 


do 


J. 0. D. Murray 


do 


F. H. D. Veith 


do 


J. H. McLeod 


do 



J. M. Lawrie, compensation for loss of horse.. 

Stationery Office 

H. D. Dunn, piymaeter : — 

Engineering staff and accounts..... M 

Constructing floats 

Bridge piers, &c „.. 

Addition to bridge gearing... '.. 

Posts and railings for bridges 

Slope wing walls ............ 

Enlargement of locks 

Fencing, &c... 



5—3 



Carried forward. 




132,200 00 

23,(00 00 

88 9f 00 

15,250 

9,000 00 

30,000 00 

7,700 00 

11,200 00 

4,100 00 

9,600 00 

2,471 97 

3,800 00 

581 00 

277 25 

306 97 

175 00 

30 00 

100 00 

60 00 

150 00 

80 00 

\?5 00 

532 CO 

600 00 

800 00 

100 00 

45 00 

3 400 00 

2,915 30 

275 00 

1,225 20 

100 00 

221 00 

700 58 

2*5 60 

75 35 

153 61 

53 96 

9 00 

200 CO 

1,410 CO 

633 25 

2,610 00 

793 50 

1,830 00 

1,766 66 

1,600 00 

1,281 00 

579 50 

732 CO 

732 00 

685 00 

104 00 

150 00 

60 45 

21,339 19 

6,835 80 

3.618 98 

804 82 

189 00 

4,337 £4 

5,273 70 

2,5u5 70 



406,661 88 



eta. 



422,559 44 



422,559 44 



130 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITUBE, 1S83-4. 



Canals — Capital. 



Bronght forward. 



Welland Canal— Capital— Continued. 

Grand Kiver survey .. — 

Protecting Government property 

Lining banks with stone 

Wellaud an i Port Colborne locks. 

Removing masoary, Lock 5 

Discharging stone scow. 

Guiding vessels' lines 

Inspecting lock houses and gates, &c< 

Paving waste weirs, ,&c 

Foot gates .. 

Resetting snubbing posts 

Widening embankments 

Advertising 



Less— Refunds. 



Well and Canal : — 

Construction if a Raceway between the Feeder and Chippewa River 

H. Bu haer, work performed under contract 

Rosaana M. Lane, land and interest .. 



Wtlland C *nal : — 

Payment of unpa d accounts re J. V. Browne £ Co. 
Paid to K. D. Dunn, Paymaster 



ab andoneicon.tr act : — 



Trent Kiver Navigation: — 

Construction rf Locks and the Improvement of Navigation between Lakefield 

and Balsam Lake : — 
Geo. Goodwin, work performed under contract 

do do do do 

A. F. Manning & Co. do do 

Chas. Wynn do do 

Salaries and wages of engineers, rodmen, axemen, &c 

Sundry persons, horse hire .. 

Office rent » 

do furniture 

Matting 

Fuel, &c .. , 

Stove, &c 

Steel tape 

Printing and stationery 

Plain case and rack - 

Hire cf steamer 

A. F. Wood, services as land valuator, at $ 10 a day 

do expenses do 

J. A. Wilkinson, services as land valuator, at $10 a day 

do expenses do 

H. CJarke, travelling and incidental expenses 

F. C. Anderson, travelling expenses 

T. S. Rubidge, travelling and incidental expenses 4 

J H. Kamsay do do do 

H. S. Greenwood, travelling expenses 

J. A. Aylmer, travelling and incidental expenses 

J. L. W'eller do do do 

J. A. MacDonnell, legal services 

W. H. Moore, taxed costs 

John Hoskin do - 

H. M. Murray do 

Registering deeds. Ac - 

Isaac Garbutt, damages to property -... 

Andrew Miller do 

H. F. Strickland do 

Canadian Bank of Commerce, agent for High Court of Justice, 

damages to Hague estaie > 



Carried forward. 



$ cts, 



406,661 88 



1,864 02 


1,007 94 


1,088 80 


2,150 20 


13t 13 


94 87 


67 50 


158 00 


19t 85 


674 49 


S95 36 


1,043 72 


333 96 


416,369 72 


50 75 


14,027 63 


500 00 



34,400 00 

4,600 00 

28,800 00 

1,000 00 

5,630 72 

251 75 

126 00 

16 25 

8 20 

8 44 

61 25 

6 50 

124 52 

10 00 

30 00 

1,570 00 

716 62 

1,110 00 

454 90 

117 41 

5 76 

600 56 

13 70 

13 47 

462 *9 

18 20 

1,634 91 

114 20 

44 97 

74 20 

152 48 

2,000 00 

350 00 

100 00 

2,060 00 

€6,737 93 



Ii 



CANALS — CAPITAL. 



131 



Canals — Caplial. 



Brought forward . 



'rent River Xavigatlon — Concluded. 

H. C. Garbutt, damages to property. 



T. G. Grieve 
M. Bell 
A. Wilson 
John Campbell 
Wm. Docgan 
Canada Company 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



H. Bonny castle, damages to crops, &c . 

Harriet Emily Ellis, compensation for dam . , 

Caroline C. Strickland do 

Geo. I. Elizabeth, and J. Chalmers, damages to gristmill......... 

A. P. Poussette, land damages.; 

Mrs. A. Holmes, Island, Otonabee River , 

W. H. Hall, land and interest , 

Jas. Davis do ....... 

R. C. Smith do 

J. McArthur do ..... 

J. H. LeFevre. per trustees, land 

John Carnegie, land 

Department of Indian Affairs, Island No. 31 

Jos. McArthur, land 

J. Blanco, land , 

H. O'Neal, account of travelling expenses ..-.. 

Wm. Cox, fen., services and expenses in charge Lakefield dam. 

Printing, binding, &c...... 

Advertising „ 



Anne's ILocIs and Canal— Cs^isitnl : — 

Baskerville, O'Connor Ac Cassidy, work performed under contract 

E. E. Gilbert & Sons, work performed under contract 

George Crain, timber for lock gates 

George Dowker, resident engineers, &c 

Alex. Crevier, services as land valuator, at $10 a day 

do expenses do 

Leon Peslauriers, services do at $10 a day 

do expenses do 

J. M. Crevier, salary as secretary to valuators .. 

J. & B. Grier, compensation for depreciation in the value of their pro- 
perty (with interest) • 

D. Lebeau, additional purchase money for land , 

Geo. Dowker, to compensate persons deprived of access to Ottawa River 

J. 0. Chevrefils, additional interest 

do taxed costs 

A Chauret, legal services 

C. P._ Davidson, legal services 

Repairs to collector's house 

Stationery Office '. 

Advertising 



« rillon Canal— Capital :— 

F. B. McNamee, work performed under contract (including Mr. Page's 

award) 

R. P. Cooke & Co., work performed under contract (including Mr. Page'B 

award) 

Emma F. Merrill, administratrix, board allowance due late H. Merrill... 
George Dowker, paymaster — 

Engineering staff and accounts 

Repairs to dam, carpenters, laborers and accounts 

Slide, piers and booms 

Lock gates 

Lockmaster's house 

L. N. Dumouchel, legal services 

H. Abbott, jun. do 

D. O'Connor do 

A.J. Christie no 

L. R. Church do 



5-9J 



Carried forward 



cts. 



86,737 93 



300 CO 
500 00 
600 0') 
350 00 
300 00 

75 00 
100 00 

20 CO 
2,500 00 
2,500 00 
5,500 00 
200 00 
300 00 
3,605 00 

75 00 

14,420 00 

900 00 

80 00 
250 00 
2U0 00 
5C0 00 

50 00 

10 00 
297 75 

28 65 
244 58 



$ cts. 



69,000 00 

28,500 00 

3,600 00 

14,781 75 

1,750 00 

'671 50 

1,750 00 

671 50 

771 33 

11,255 89 

2,500 00 

5,301 16 

7 22 

85 50 

214 29 

687 25 

310 46 

87 30 

61 10 



67,510 00 

23,933 00 
600 00 

5,891 87 

107,744 06 

2,176 75 

1,032 40 

937 50 

113 95 

187 50 

638 01 

150 00 

11 00 



215,926 04 



855,512 32 



120,643 91 >/ 



142,006 25 V 



1,118,162 4» 



132 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. IS83-4. 



Cnnnl:?; — Capita*. 



Brought forward 



Carillon Canal — Capital — Cantinuttd. 
P. Filion, damages to property. 



A. Robert 
J. B. Brazeau 
J. Mullin 
J. Fitzgerald 
Mrs J. Nicholson 
J. Gaston 
Jane Nicholson 
T. & W. Owens 
G. Bradford, jun. 
P. Dewar and Mrs 
D. Filion, dama 
J. Hodgson 
Peter O'Brien 
A. McDuff 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



0. Dewar, damages to property. 

es to property 

do 

do 

do 



E. Hughes, damages to property. 



R. McPhadca 
W. Gray 
Ed. Barron 
M. Lennon 
W. Cole 
J. M. Kirby 
E. S. Bradford 
H. & A. Hartley 
J. B. Cushing 
T. Noyes 
E. Smith, jun. 
J. Gibson 
L. Gauthier 
W. Bradford 
Thos. Ross 
J. & T. Gamble 
J. Laroccpuo 
W. McCallum 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



F. McMartin, damages to mill property 

Mrs. Julia Clement and Matilda Clement, damages to property 

Mrs. M. Boa, damages to property.. ,....' ... 

E. Dollaire & Son, scow destroyed 

J. P. Kelly, compensation for loss of horse , 

T. Owens, services aad expenses as valuator 

R Ross do do do 

Holland Bros., reporting evidence 

Stationery Office..- 



Leps— Refunds 



Carillon Canal— John Page, Arbitrator — 

Services in the case cf R. i J . Cooke & Co 

do do F. B. McNamee & Co. 



Grenvillc Canal— Capital : — 

John Brecken & Co , work performed under contract 

Geo. Crain, timber :or lock gates 

J). O'Connor and Geo. Goodwin, executors of late Jas. Goodwin, work 

performed under contract 

Geo. Dowker, resident engineeis, &c 

L. R. Church, legal services 

Stationery Office - 



Toy Canal— Capital : — 

For Construction of Works : — 

A. F. Manning & Co., work performed under contract. 



Salaries and wages cf engineer, clerk, rodman, axeman, &o 

F. A. Wise, salary as engineer in charge...... - 

do expenses , « 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



215.926 04 



185 00 

650 00 

50 00 

40 CO 

300 00 

30 00 

25 00 

20 00 

400 00 

1,000 00 

1,100 00 

180 00 

450 00 

1.600 00 

100 00 

100 00 

325 00 

300 00 

175 00 

500 00 

550 00 

50 00 

600 00 

125 00 

678 00 

450 00 

150 00 

600 00 

350 00 

200 00 

300 00 

100 00 

125 (0 
300 00 
300 00 
150 00 
850 00 
500 00 
150 00 

126 50 
126 50 
338 40 

84 89 

!30,€60 33 
60 50 



335 00 
635 00 



132,100 00 
8, COO 00 

9,700 00 

17,652 85 

171 22 

73 26 



42.800 00 

3,822 25 

800 00 

42 40 



11 



CANALS— CAPITAL. 



133 



Canals— C« pi ial. 



Brought forward. 



tiny Clonal— Capital — Concluded. 

T. D. Taylor, travelling and other exnen?es 

W. Rummers do expenses, self and five men. 

D. O'Connor, legal services...... , 

H. Matthews, tracing plans 

Office furniture and repairs. ... 

Fuel . 

Sundry persons, horse hire , 

Lumber.. .... 

Wm. Beveridge, land 

Mrs. A. McVeitty, land and damages to property..... 

W. J. McLean, land 

Building boat house, &c. 

Hardware, blacksmithing. &c 

Tape line and drawing table 

Camp outfit 

Fencing 

Repairing boat 

Printing, binding, &c 

{Stationery 

Advertising 



Peter's Canal— Capital : — 

M. J. Kavanagh, salary as inspector of works. 

Carpenters and laborers 

Hauling timber, Ac 

Freight 

Timber 

Blacksmithing 

Sledge-hammer , 

Advertising 



Peter's Canal: — 
&. F. Per ley, C.E. :— 

Four years' services, to 31st December, 1883, 
St. Peter's Canal - ..... 



re enlargement of the 



tlbsile Canal — Capital : — 

| Poupore & Charlton, work performed under contract 

do do new contract 

• Resident engineer, sxemen, boatmen, &c 

; G. H. Perry, disbursements for horse hire, wages and board of laborers, &c 
i George Caswell, sundry disbursements 

D. O'Connor, legal services re Lefevbre. . 

i Office rent 

Hardware, &c 

Cushions for boat, repairs, &c 

Towage, &c, of scow 

Fuel.. 

Ladders , 

Stationery Office 



Total Canals— Capital 



$ Ct3. 



47,464 65 



161 43 

22 15 

3 76 64 

120 00 
125 48 

36 31 
240 25 
439 80 
300 00 
350 00 
1,000 f0 

21 00 

121 38 

8 50 
60 80 
90 47 

9 00 
13 18 
49 76 
67 32 



585 00 

708 66 

14 50 

6 87 

26 42 

32 23 

4 00 

93 72 



4,856 67 

200 00 

2,248 25 

343 37 

5 45 

106 40 

210 00 

7 89 

33 00 

26 00 

42 00 

3 50 

38 63 



$ cts. 



1,517,428 64 



50,878 12 V 



1,471 40 • 



1,000 00 >/ 



8,151 16 



V 



1,578,930 32, 



134 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



II 



Cana's — It: come. 



CANALS— CHARGEABLE TO INCOME. 

Bcanlmrnois : — 

Suing Bridge at Valley field ; — 

A. D. Danis, to pay wages and accounts. 



Beanharnois : — 

Bridge between Grande Tie and Mainland: — 
A. D. Danis, to pay wages and accounts. 



Heanharnois : — 

L. W. Marchand; — 

Legal services in 1857, '58 and '59 

"Well and:— 

Cleaning ont Back Ditches ;— 

Chas. May, excavation, Sec. 4 

Stephen Han ey do 7 

R. D. Dunn, to pay engineers, laborers and accounts. 

Wellaud : — 

Steam Pump : — 

Silsby Manufacturing Co., rotary wrecker pump........ 

I. J. Hunter, boiler and suction pipe 

Freight 

Wages of carpenters « 

Timber 

Fittings for steam pump 



TVellaml :— 

Watchmen on canal. 



"Welland :— 

Schooner " St. Andrews ":— 

C. E. English, taxed costs.... 

F. W. Macdonald, legal services , 

W. MacTlwain, compensation for damages to vessel (with interest)... 
Anchor Insurance Co., amount paid by them for damages to cargo... 
Rykert & Ingersoll, taxed costs -.- 

"Welland :— 

Schooner u Jennie Graham": — 

Anchor Insurance Co., compensation for loss sustained through 

damage to schooner (with interest) 

F. W. Macdonald, legal services , 

C. E. English, taxed costs... 



SSurllngfon : — 

Renewal of Piers : — 

W. J. Douglas, work performed under contract. 

T. S. Bell, salary and disbursements 

Wood & Leggatt, claim '. , 

Paint, oils, &c 

Hardware 

Lumber 

Oars 

Repairs to ferry boat 

Advertising 



Trent Talley Navigation : — 

Survey :— 

Engineer?, rodmen, axemen, «&c, salaries 

Horso hire 

Stationery 

Office rent 

Canoe, &c 

Coal 

J. A. Aylmer, travelling and incidental expenses. 



Carried forward. 



$ cts, 



2,148 67 


2,314 20 


576 77 


2,250 00 


750 00 


39 95 


380 50 


849 12 


37 68 



501 37 

20 00 

4,907 75 

10,779 35 

234 76 



18,334 12 


75 00 


689 48 


12,299 48 


673 57 


40 12 


11 53 


7 13 


31 50 


7 50 


15 64 


45 20 


4.633 59 


240 00 


69 33 


110 00 


36 55 


17 89 


276 90 



5,334 26 



CANALS — INCOME. 



135 



Canals— Income. 



Brought forward 



Tr-ent Valley Navigation— Concluded. 

A. J. Belcher. 

R. F. Tate 

C. B.Daly 

T. S. Rubidge 

H. S. Greenwood 

J. L. Weller 

T. 0. Anderson 

H. Clarke , 



Si. Ours Canal: — 

Lock Gates, $c. : — 

G. Dowker, to pay wages and accounts , 

Cnanibly Canal:— 

Geo. Dowker, to pay salaries, wages and accounts. 
H. Abbott, jun., legal services, Queen vs. Maurier . 

L. R. Church do re Bernier 

Stationery Office 



Ridean Canal: — 

Collector's (>ffice, Ottawa : — 

T. Cundell, work performed under contract 

•' Citizen" Printing Co., printing specifications., 
Advertising . 






Kidean Canal: — 

JBH 'ge at Jones' Falls : — 

F. Abbott, to pay wages and accounts 



i Kidean Canal: — 

Bridge at Ghaffey's Lochs: — 

F. Abbott, to pay wages and accounts. 



Arbitrations and Awards : — 

W. Compton, salary as arbitrator 

J. Sicuard do 

Chas. Thibault, secretary to arbitrators, 6 months. 

do • travelling expenses 

Wm. Compton do ..... 

J. Simard do 

Jas. Cowan do 

H. Muma do 

W. Currier, services as interpreter 

S. & H. Borbridge, valises 

Stationery Office „ 



Surveys and Inspections: — 

Canals : — 

R. D. Dunn, to pay expenses of Grand River survey 

Geo. Dowker, to pay expenses of survey of new road, Cote St. Paul 

and Lachine 

Geo. Dowker, to pay expenses of survey of road, north shore of Lake 

St. Francis. , 

P. Boulay, to pay wages and accounts, projected canal between Lakes 

St. Francis and St. Louis.... , 

Expenses of survey of the Gananoque waters 

do do Devil Lake system 

R. W. Cooper, additional work performed in connection with Devil 

Lake survey 

T. S. Bel], three months salary 

R. 0. Douglas, travelling expenses 

T. Trudeau do 

Plan cases 



Total Canals — Income. 



% cts. 



5,384 26 



60 10 
56 35 

7 80 

610 86 

32 40 

25 30 

13 85 

7 65 



41,539 42 
40 75 
27 65 
32 95 



2,500 00 
17 40 
62 40 



1,000 Of) 

1,000 00 

966 67 

925 00 

686 56 

621 55 

896 00 

260 55 

15 00 

24 50 

47 19 



764 57 
192 85 
234 57 

129 02 

3,002 99 
2,261 80 

150 CO 
195 CO 
441 82 
106 50 
7 50 



$ cts. 



70,187 89 



6,198 57/ 
5,279 17"' 

41,640 77 V 

2,579 80 / 
138 00/ 

1,879 70 v/ 



6,443 02 V 



7,486 62 J 
141,833 54 



136 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Railways -Income. 



RAILWAYS - CHAKtiGABLE TO INCOME. 



Surveys and Inspections : — 

Railways : — 

L. K. Jones, travelling expenses. 



C. Schreiber 
F. J. Lynch 
E. V. Johnson 
0. C. Chipman 
J. N. Deslauriers 
Thos. Ridout 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Expenses in connection with Short Line and Megantic Railways. 
A. L. Light, advance on account of disbursements..- 



V. Smith 
G. R. Fellows 
R. A.Davy 
W. Crawford 
A. Duffy 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



do 

do 
do 
do 
do 



Expenses of Indiantown Branch Railway survey 

do Paspebiac Branch survey 

National Manufacturing Co., tent? and supplies 

Department of Marine and Fisheries, use ot steamer 

H. Abbott, jun., legal services c .... 

Stationery Office « .... 



Railway Statistics: — 

Burland Lithographic Co., maps. 
Thos. Cross, travelling expenses . 



$ cts. 



650 01 

766 89 

100 00 

200 00 

127 00 

27 50 

743 50 

595 38 

2,000 00 

2,000 00 

500 00 

700 00 

600 00 

700 00 

1,187 58 

165 00 

124 35 

107 31 

10 00 

8 56 



918 00 
25 50 



Bridge at Emerson: — 

Paid W. Hill Nash 



Subsidies under 41 Vic, cap. 25, o/$3,200 a mile: — 

Intercolonial Railway, 45 miles 

Quebec and Lake St. John Railway, 10 miles .. 

Napanee, Tamworth and Quebec Railway, 10 miles 

T^tal Railways— Income 



$ eta. 



943 50 ^| 
50,000 00 ^j 



144,000 00 v 
32,000 00 V) 
32,000 00 v 

270,256 58 i 



n 



OANALS-— INCOME. 13-T 



Finance Department, Ottawa, Oct. 24, 1884. 

Sirt,-^! find that in the supply Act of last Session, a vote was granted by Parlia- 
ment under the heading of " Canals, chargeable to Income— Beauharnois" as follows :— 
I* To pay L. W. Marchand, advocate, for professional services rendered in 1857-58-59, 
M in connection with the settlement of the claims arising oat of the construction of 
i''dams at head of Beauharnois Canal, $1,207." I find, on looking over the proofs of 
ithe Public Accounts now being passed, that at your instance this amount has been 
liharged to the debt of the late Province of Canada, instead of the account for which 
[(Parliament granted the appropriation. I shall be obliged by your kindly informing 
ne, as early as possible, of the reasons why the change has been made. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

J. M. COUfiTNEY, D.M.F. 
Che Auditor-General. 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Oct. 27, 1884. 

Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 24th inst, regarding the $1,207, payment to* 
I'j. W. Marchand, I beg to say that the claim, until the vote was passed, if a good 
!ne, was one against the old Province of Canada, and as such was no more a claim 
gainst the Dominion of Canada than if it had been against any of the other Pro- 
inces which now form part of the Dominion. 

Now, although the vote would, by itself give authority for paying the sum from. 
!>ominion money, the Debates which I think ought to be taken into account aa 
lowing the intention of Parliament, and which have been accepted as guides in. 
;>nsidering claims for increases of salary debarred by the Civil Service Act, show it 
I) have been expected that no claim which the Dominion might have to be recouped 
biould be lost by the vote. 

At the beginning of the discussion, there seemed to be some doubt in the mind 
if Sir Charles Tupper as to the course which should bo adopted by the Dominion of 
anada towards the Province, but from my reading of the remaining &>i i 
iebate, all, in the end, united in expecting that the Province would pay her own 
abts. 

I am, Sir, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A G. 
he Depnty Minister of Finance. 



tract from the Minutes of a Meeting of the Honorable the Treasury Board \ held at 
Ottawa, on the 28th day of October, 1884. 

lsury Board. 

The Board had under consideration correspondence between the Deputy Minister 
Finance and the Auditor-General, with reference to the payment of $1,207 to 
- W. Marchand, voted by Parliament under the heading of " Canals chargeable to 
ipome," for professional services rendered in 1857-8-9, in connection with claims 
Jiaing out of the construction of dams at the head of the Beauharnois Canal, which 
Uount, at the instance of the Auditor-General, has been charged to the late Province 
< Canada, instead of the account for which Parliament granted the appropriation. 
1 On reference to the Hansard, the Board are of opinion that the amount should 
li charged as voted. 

J. M. COURTNEY, Secretary. 
e Auditor General. 



13S 



DETAILS" OP EXPENDITURE, 1S83-4. 



Public Works— Capital. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS— CAPITA!,. 



Additional Public Buildings : — 

Wellington Street :— 

A. Porter and others, land.... 
Interest - 



J. Kavanagb, award for damages. 
W. Shoolbred do 

N. S. Tarr do 

J. G. Butter worth do 



D. O'Connor, commission on purchase of land, 3 per cent, on $73, 180. 

do legal services 

Pinhey, Christie & Christie, legal services 

J. A. Macdonell do * 



Corporation of Ottawa, for drain , , 

A. Uharlebois, on contracts ,. 

Chief Architect's staff and clerks. (See end of Public Works income) 

C. W. Mitchell, compensation 

Corporation of Ottawa, water eupplie 

J. McLaureu, interest on dower „, 

Advertising , 

Queen's Printer 

Telegrams 

Photographs 

Professor C hapman, services 

Surveyor and engineer - 

J. W Imlay, clerk of works. ... „ 

Travelling expenses 



Parliament Grounds,— Ottawa : — 

Calvert Vaux compensation for plan of grounds. 
Tefl<*§T»*a|>h Lin*s — CapiJal : — 

Travelling expenses of H. Gisborne 

Building line, baltplains to Humboldt 

H. Gisborne, pay lists and accounts 



Total. 



14,000 00 
810 70 



350 00 
250 00 
303 00 
100 00 



1,662 46 

317 20 

60 21 



750 00 
1,026 00 
2,000 00 



5 ct$ 



2,039 81' 

5,610 O 

7,510 Ofo 

9,412 <W 

300 Oii 

132 611 

180 J 

523 H 

21 6!j 

544 7j 

250 .514 

40 0i 

292 C| 

252 M 

119 7 

45,184 2)1 
500© 



3,776 (i 
49,460 % 



11 



PUBLIC WORKS — INCOME. 



139 



Public Worlis— Income. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS, NOVA SCOTIA. 



Sydney Quarantine Hospital : — 

Hugh McDonald, contract 

Daniel McDonald, repairs 

Services of inspector 

Travelling expenses 



Hew Glasgow Public Buildings : — 

W. Graham, legal services 

Advertisin g 

Queen's Printer 



Truro Custom Mouse, Post Office and Savings Bank : — 

Townsend & McKay, contract , 

W. Graham, legal services 

S. C. Crowe, clerk of works , 

Travelling expenses , 

Advertising , 

Queen's Printer 



tattgonisb Public Buildings : — 

C. B. Whidden & Sons, lumber and vault doors 

Wallace Graham, legal services.., 

Repairs, alterations and building new vaults 



Halifax Penitentiary : — 

J, E. Fairweather, architect, services.. 
do travelling expenses. 



[ndsor Post Office, BT.S. : — 

John Mclato h, contract- , 

R Sutherland, clerk of works. 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer 



iberst Public Buildings: — 

J. H Hamilton, surveying...., 
Advertising..., 



jricbat Post Office,«&c. : — 






W. Graham, legal services. 
Surveying site 



$ cts. 



3,750 00 

175 00 

412 00 

30 00 



94 25 

24 20 
6 70 



'armonth Post Office : — 

Jacob Bingay, for site..., 



ictou Marine Hospital : — 
Macdonald & Stewart, contract 
W. J. Lorraine, clerk of works. 

Cartage ... 

Furniture, stores, &c 

Photographs 

Hardware, &c , , 



>rtb Sydney Post Office, <&c 

, H. R. ilcKunzie, survey of site. 



Total, Public Buildings, Nova Scotia 



2,980 00 

80 92 

300 00 

50 00 

73 39 

9 82 



545 87 

44 05 

2,689 61 



75 00 
30 95 



1,410 00 

245 00 

1 76 

60 49 

10 40 



8 00 
26 52 



1,000 00 
54 45 
20 00 



5,591 80 

975 00 

6 50 

231 64 

12 00 

135 57 



$ cts. 



4,367 00 



125 15 



3,494 13 



3,279 53 



105 95 



1,727 64 
34 52 

1,074 45 
6,000 00 



6,952 51 
50 50 

27,211 38 



140 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1833-4. 



Public Works-Income. 



PUBLIC BITII,DXXGS, P.E.I. 



Snmaiiersitle Public Buildings : — 

Pierce Doyle, contract 

Richard Hunt, clerk of works 

Advertising , 

Queen's Printer 



Charlottetown Doauiuion Building's : — 

A. Herman & Son, repairing gas fixtures. 

J. Newsom, furniture 

Hardware 



Total Public Buildings, P.E.I. 



$ cts. 



1,500 00 


525 00 


18 


50 


9 


53 


207 


50 


738 20 


41 


29 



Ct£ 



2,053 03 



3,040 02 



PUBLIO WORKS — INCOME 



141 



Public Worsts— Ia»coiiac. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


PUBLIC BUILDItfGS, NEW BRUNSWICK. 
St. John Marine Hospital: — 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

1,000 00 

3,590 00 

384 53 

1,711 05 

750 00 

150 00 

100 00 

10 00 

75 00 

2,561 99 

11,336 00 
900 00 
337 00 
140 07 

55 61 

3,000 00 
119 46 

2,226 53 
518 00 
S10 00 
266 67 
526 60 
375 00 
257 87 

317 OS 


$ cts. 


Campbell & Ellis, contract.. .« 






W H Thorne & Go, glass 
























H H Mott do 






Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services 

C F Tilley, clerk of works 








1,847 83 

249 33 

268 32 

15 25 

19 50 

2 10 

50 00 

4 66 












Sand 




Paintin^ 




Oil 








Travelling expenses * 








Queen's Printer. 








Woodstock Post Office, e&c. : — 




10,332 57 


J. T. Fletcher, clerk of wcrkg ,... 






D. E. Dunham, architect ...*«... 






H. N. Black do 






Travelling expenses ....... 


13 00 




Advertising. 




it. Stephens Post Office, &c. : — 

N. Marks, for site purchased <- 






12,818 63 


L. R. Harrison, legal services 






W. Tom3, contract.... 




3,119 46 








E. Chanteloup, box fronts 












Ross & McPherson, furniture „, , 












G. E. Fairweather, architect 


45 21 
26 50 
179 60 
53 75 
12 00 




Stove and pipes 








Lamp3 , 




G. J. O'Doherty, contract , „ 


5,297 63 


3,430 00 
675 00 
100 00 

126 59 

3,000 00 

112 36 

87 77 

1 

1,019 70 
51 25 








G. E. Fairweather, architect ". 






Advertising.., 

Queen's Printer 


6 00 

112 31 

8 28 




ewcastle Post Office, Arc.:— 

Bank of Montreal, for site , 






4,331 59 


L. R. Harrison, legal services 






Advertising 




-itburst Post Office, «fcc. :— 

A.J. H. Stewart, for land 


29 70 


3,200 13 


do 6 months' interest 

; L. R. Harrison, legal services 


• 






1,070 S5> 




40,171 01 



142 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883- i. 



Public Works — Income. 



Brought forward 



PUBLIC BL T II,DIN«S, NEW BRUNSWICK— Continued. 



Dorchester Penitentiary 

D. A. Duffy, contract 

Hardware ... 

Boiler, &c, for heating.., 
Plumbing 



Lumber. 

Sand 

Stone ... 

Brick 

Cement. 



Shingles 

Repairing roof, &c 



New tank , 

Bath room 

Oil cloth and matting 

Lease of land 

Oil 

Belting 

Flagging 

Freight and cartage 

Sundry disbursements 

Telegraphing.. , 

Travelling expanses 

Pay-list for labor, &c 

G. E. Fainveather, architect 

W. M. Smith, architect 

J. E. Turnbull, clerk of works.... 

H. J. McGrath, inspector 

Boiler Inspection Co., insurance. 

Advertising. 

Photographs 

Furniture 



Carleton Post Office:— 

Causey, Bond & Milden „,... 

C. F. Tiiley, clerk of works. 

D. E. Dunham, architect 

H. H. Mott, architect 

H. Peters, surveying site 

Advertising 

Photographs ^ 



St. JOIin Dominion Buildings : — 

A. Christie & Co., contract 

Hardware , 

Labor 

Lumber 

Coal 

Alterations 

Repairing roof 

Extras on clock and repairs 

Gas 

Oil 

Chemicals 



McKean & Fairweather, architects. 



Brought forward 



$ cts. 



2,859 72 

3,808 14 

499 00 



28 62 

81 60 

148 45 

79 52 

248 81 
293 76 



66 45 

91 80 

13 94 

40 00 

9 05 

69 61 

468 85 

6 90 

8 25 

5 80 



$ cts. 



15,600 00 



7,166 86 
2,293 10 



338 19 



542 57 

1,042 25 

148 00 

122 65 

25 00 

21 26 

192 36 

144 00 

497 44 

120 72 

3 92 

433 14 

2,210 35 

385 00 

693 00 

1,080 00 

1,170 00 

46 66 

57 80 

35 00 

12 00 



845 00 
165 00 
75 00 
10 00 
71 91 
12 00 



2,524 68 



780 65 
46 68 



9,728 91 



3,352 

87,< 



il 



PUBLIC WORKS — INCOME. 



113 



Public Works — Income. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


% Ct3- 


Brought forward ... 






87,633 20 


»UBMC BUILDINGS, NEW BRUNSWICK— Concluded. 

or f land Post Office:— 

Building purchased 




9,0C0 00 
102 80 




L. R. Harrison, legal services 






„ John, N.B., Post Offices— 




9,102 80 


1,629 00 

123 34 

14 32 


A. Christie & Co., repairs 






Plumbing 






Total, Public Buildings, New Brunswick 




1,766 OS 




98,502 66 






* 











144 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 18S3-4. 



11 



PobUc Worlts— Income. 



PUBLIC BUIIiDIWGS, QUEBEC. 

Levis Fortifications ami Military Buildings 

Pierre Samson, contract .' 

J. Jobin, clerk of works 

Ventilators for stable 



<Jnebec Fortifications : — 

Ohas. Jobin, contract 

EdouardLarose do 

Costalow& Lortie, contract 

Louis Boivin do 

Thos. Pampalon do 

Wm. Meek do 

Maxiuie Hudon do 

Jos. Matbieu, repairing tower 

, Jos. Bizaouette, building shed 

N. Auclair, painting fence 

H. Roy, fence and well bouse 

H. J. Beemer, in fall of all claims 

Geo. Beaucage, repairing magazine 

B. Leonard, painting 

David Kerr do 

F. D. Varennes, new floors 

W. McDonald, papering ,- 

Z. Vandry, roofing 

Travelling expenses 

Extra clerks (see end of P. W.— Income). 

Advertising 

John Shearer, clerk of works 

M. Reinhardt do 

A. Huot do 

M. Guillot do 

I. Bresnahan, caretaker 

Pay-list, labor : 

Photographs 

Queen's Printer 



Bnffcrin Terrace: — 

Thos. Pampalon, contract. 
J. Shearer, cleik of works. 
A. Huot do 



Quebec Citadel:— 

Antoine Rousseau, repairs > 

Edouard Roussel do 

Henry Hatch, contract , 

F. D.* Varennes do 

Oostalow & Lortie, contract 

John Graham do 

John O'Leary do 

Chas. Jobin do 

Z. Vandry, pumps 

Jos. Garneau, porches and carriage sheds. 

B. Leonard, painting 

Louis Boivin, repairing.... , ... 

Z. Vandry, plumbing 

James Ma^uire do > 

Dunn Manufacturing Co., furniture 

Gas fittings 

Hardware 

Painting 

Chimney caps 

Labor .« 

Tiavelling expenses. 

J. Shearer, clerk of works 

P. Mahon do 

A. Huot do , 

G. Vincent, caretaker 



Carried forward. 



cts. 



$ cts 



3,566 23 


378 00 


10 00 


4,467 00 


900 CO 


2,675 10 


1,092 00 


5,310 80 


495 00 


423 60 


625 00 


275 00 


45 00 


248 80 


5,000 00 


213 00 


70 00 


250 00 


40 00 


74 20 


312 60 


595 50 


84 90 


239 44 


469 35 


327 50 


753 50 


782 50 


72 00 


26 75 


30 70 


25 87 


1,751 07 


185 50 


85 25 


• 
936 65 


1,827 58 


924 45 


1,249 00 


4,275 64 


1,648 99 


1,097 30 


2,030 00 


60 00 


1,061 00 


591 87 


1,073 90 


83 90 


128 95 


171 87 


30 60 


41 15 


46 00 


24 00 


221 28 


718 08 


496 30 


957 00 


167 75 


54 25 





ii 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS — INCOME. 



145 



Public Buildings — Income. 



Brought forward 

PUBMC BUILDINGS, QUEBEC— Continued. 



c Examining; Warehouse 

Deni3 O'Brien, contract 

Jos. Lachance, clerk of works.. 

F. X. Berlinquet, architect 

P. Gauthier, clerk of works ..... 

Travelling expenses 

Extra clerks 

Advertising 



ecu ring cliff under Citadel, Ac. ! — 

Costolow & Lortie, contract , 

H. Hatch, removing rock 



Rivers, conversion of former Custom House into 
Post Office:— 

J. Durocher & Son, contract 

Alfred Lacroix, cut etone 



Arthur Parent, stone and brick. 

James Dean, lumber 

Travelling expenses 

Pay-lists for labor, &c 

Repairing furnace 

Hardware 

Brick 



O Z. Hamel, services as architect. 
J. 0. Prince, photographs 



»rforool*e Post Office : — 

Robillard & Murphy, contract 

T. W. Currier & Co., lumber 

G G. Bryant, contract 

F. X. Berlinquet, architect 

J. Low, inspector of carpentry 

R. Richard, inspector of masonry.., 
Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services. 

Advertising 

Stationery 

Photographs 

Travelling expenses , 



Queen's Printer. 



nil Post Office :— 

Wm. Toms, contract 

Shoolbred & Co., carpets .. 
Jos. R. Esmonde, stoves ... 

Jacob Erratt turniture 

J. Derouin, clerk of works. 
Travelling expenses ........ 

Locks ....„ 

Coal boxes 

Engravings 

Window shades 

Translation 

Photo views , 



unreal Drill Shed:— 

J. B St. Louis, contract , 

Boiler Inspection Co., inspecting roof, &c. 

G. Ward, clerk of works 

A. Raza, architect , 

A. Lapierre, clerk of works 

Travelling expenses , 



5—10 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



300 00 
740 18 
640 00 
74 55 
615 17 
103 16 



3,476 00 
260 30 



864 80 
423 00 
377 30 

10 00 

120 32 

6 40 

24 00 
116 95 



450 00 
35 90 
35 00 

25 00 

26 00 
4 00 

19 20 
3 50 



720 00 
800 00 
333 00 
178 80 



2,031 80 



$ cts. 



2,473 06 



1,300 00 

557 50 

220 50 

349 18 

158 65 

3,334 94 

10 00 

37 89 

45 50 

423 04 

15 00 



9,676 74 

628 19 

2,400 00 



1,942 77 
3 36 



17,877 52 

18 00 

272 CO 

64 00 



598 60 



37,900 00 
75 00 



$ cts. 



51,824 67 



27,533 06 



3,736 30 



6,452 20 



14,651 06 



18,830 12 



37,975 00 123,027 41 



146 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Public Buildings — Income. 



Brought forward 



Montreal Drill Shed— Concluded. 

Labor 

Photographs 

Advertising 

Priming 



Montreal Dominion Buildings: — 

M. Martin, alterations and repairs 

R Mitchell & Co., coils and maible tops .... 

G. ft. Prowse, tinsmithing 

James Kimber, contract 

Louis Allard do 

Miller Bro?. & Mitchell, hydraulic elevator. 
E. Chanteloup, fitting elevator and clock. .. 

Geo. Brush, sundry repairs 

James Nelson, architect , 

C. Dandelin, clerk of works 

Plumbing 

Staining furniture 

Oil 

Travelling expenses 



Cnicoutimi Marine Hospital : — 

Win. Warren, contract 

Z. Vandry & Sons, contract 

F. X. Berlinquet, architect 

T. Boiley, clerk of works 

J. 0. Tremblay, plans 

Travelling expenses ., 

Iron bedsteads 

Stovepipes 

Furniture M , 

Advertising 



Quebec Dominion Buildings : — 

Maxime Hudon, contract 

Z. Vandry & Sons, plumbing , 

A. Laberge, repairs 

Jos Mathieu, new floors ~ 

E. L. Chartre, tin work 

Cowan & Giguere, plumbing , 

Waterpipe , 

Repairing pumps , 

Carpets , 

Painting « 

Furniture , 

Platforms 

Labor , 



ttorel Public Buildings: — 

L. E 0. Cartier, legal services. 
Hon J. Armstrong do 



Plans 

Advertising. 



St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary ; — 

E. Chanteloup, hardware 

Letourneux, fils et Cie., hardware 

Piche, Laviolette & Tisdale, hardware, 

Garth & Co., hardware 

J. B. Desjardins, hardware 



J. R. Booth, lumber..... 

J. L. Letourneux, glass, paint, &c 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



2,031 80 



39 10 
130 60 

218 74 
8 89 



300 00 
174 43 

20 85 
2 15 

45 50 



506 68 

975 00 

50 00 

26 00 

27 30 
40 40 
96 76 

4 90 



54 00 
23 75 
69 85 
35 00 

175 50 
44 50 

211 25 



28 80 
65 00 



1,316 62 

2,000 74 

808 21 

104 30 

320 40 



$ cts. 



37,975 00 



2,429 13 

9,390 78 

220 00 

207 55 

1,550 00 

4,779 34 

1,350 00 

935 00 

1,134 22 

443 16 



542 93 

533 68 

1,740 60 



1,727 04 

899 52 
177 00 
676 00 
275 00 
121 85 
166 60 



613 85 



93 80 

25 00 

183 81 



4,550 27 

2,378 48 

389 10 

7,317 85 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS — INCOME. 



W 



Public Buildings — Income. 



Brought forwari 



St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary— Concluded. 

Leandre Fauteux, coal 

Louis Pare, limestone flagging r 

C. B. Wright, cement ... 

Goodyear Rubber Co . ho3e reels, &c ...... 

C. B, Lanctot, lamps.'. 

Louis Laf ran chise, wood '., 

Jean B. Demers, oats and hay 77.7!! !7 

W. Notman & Son, photographs 

Cadieux & Deronie, wall paper , 

Antoine Lacasse, sand 

M. Auclair, sand .....!!!!.! 777 

J. B. Desjardins.. tools .7.7.7.7.7! 

John Bowes, part salary as architect, Ottawa.'..','. 

do travelling..... 

Cement, sand and brick..... 777777777! 

Hardware .............77. 

Lumber ...77777!!!! 

Chemicals 77.'77..'7.'77... 7.7! 

Wall paper ..,.*.* 7777! 777 77.7 

Gilding !..!..... '7.77 777. 7.77 

Translating * .7.7.7.77.7.7 ...... 777 

Travelling expenses ............ 77.7.7...... 77! 

Statues and ornaments ... ..!!!!!! .7.777 

Pay-lists for labor, &c !..!!!!!! 777 7! 

Advertising and Queen's Printer'!!!!..'.'.'.'.'.'.'! 77.77 

Levis Immigrant Station \— 

St. Lawrence Warehouse Co., for site 



$ cts 



do 

N Lavoie, temporary office. 
Translating specifications... 



Legal expenses. 



Quebec Military Buildings and Drill Shed; — 

Wm. Meek, contract 

Jos. Mathieu, repairs ,. !777 7.7.7 .7.77. 

Z. Vandry, new gutters ...... 7.7. 777 ........ 

H. Roy, repairs ..... 777.7.77.7 

N. Auclair, paintiDg 77.7.7.7.777.7.77! 

E. Rou^sel, repairs 7.7777.77 

W. J. Peters, clerk of works 777... 777. 777 ..... 

Travelling expenses ,...!. 7777 7 

Translating specifications ....'........! ......... 7 

Repairs ^ # 

Advertising 777'."..'.! 

Queen's Printer 7! 



[onts-eal Custom House:— 

E. Chanteloup, repairing and cleaning clock. 

M. Martin, fitting offices and furniture 

t». Garth, plumbing 

G. R, Prowse, glass ...7.777 

James Nelson, architect 

Clerk of works 



iontreal Inland Revenue Building- :- 

Azaire Lavigne, contract 

John O'Keane & Co., contract 

G. Chapleau, safe 

Drapeau & Lavigne, alterations' ..... 7.7.'. 

H. J. Beemer, stone flagging 

P. Laurent, repairing boiler house flue*. 

<j. uhapleau, iron shutters 

T. Mussen, oil cloth 

5" £ hanteIou P> gas fittings'777'.7.77!7.' 
M. Martin, repairs to building 



484 44 

996 52 

77 48 

15 00 

20 40 

56 25 

6 00 

213 00 

139 39 

3,883 17 

130 70 



60 00 
109 85 

16 20 

60 00 
300 54 

15 33 



5-10J 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



7,317 85 



574 62 

3,020 00 

283 00 

213 00 

103 61 

90 00 

488 65 

68 00 

61 99 

120 00 

150 00 

420 65 

1,080 00 

340 50 



6,022 35 



40,000 00 

5,000 00 

279 45 

15 00 



411 80 
640 20 
125 00 
100 50 
411 50 
91 79 



561 92 



452 00 
1,176 85 
168 71 
148 82 
412 25 
75 00 



1,175 50 

1,210 00 
300 00 
305 50 

2,664 00 
130 00 
110 00 
245 28 
503 25 

1.362 24 



8,005 77 



$ cts. 



191,218 27 



20,357 22 



45,294 45 



2,342 71 



2,433 63 



261,646 28 



148 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1833-4 



Public Bnildingg — Income. 



brought forward 



Montreal Inland Revenue Building — Concluded. 

A. Raza, architect , 

do plans 

C. Dandelin, clerk of works 



Montreal Examining- Warehouse:— 

R. Forsyth, contract , 

Geo. Brush do 

Cha8. Garth, plumbing « 

G. R. Pro wse, repairing roof 

Cousineau & Vuliquette, contract 

John Black, contract , 

James Nelson, architect 

C. Dandelin, clerk of works 

Travelling expenses , 

Repairing machinery and water pipes. 

Photographs - 

Extra clerks, copying, &c 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer 



Montreal Post Office : — 

E. Chanteloup, contract 

C. Dandelin, clerk of works. 
Travelling expenses... 



Total Public Buildings, Quebec. 



cts. 



375 00 
119 08 
141 80 

45 68 

1,214 16 

511 08 

11 79 



75 00 
42 75 



Ct3. 



8,005 77 



600 45 

72 98 
75 00 



3,958 67 

1,507 20 

361 56 

8 65 

15,410 50 

3,330 00 

1,062 40 



2,418 59 
924 20 

117 75 



cts 



261,646 28 



8,754 



28,057 5: 



1,041 9! 



299,500 0» 



PUBLIC WORKS — INCOME. 



149 



«_ — _ — 

Public Works — Income. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


PUBLIC BUILDINGS, ONTARIO. 
Cornwall Post Office, <fcc. : — 




17,980 00 

900 00 

975 00 

5 00 

33 25 

8 50 










Wm. Atchison, clerk of works 












Travelling expenses 






Photographs ,. 






Brock vi lie Post Office, Custom House, Ac. : — 




19,901 75 


14,090 00 
966 59 




900 00 
20 00 
24 00 
22 59 




Photographs 




Modelling ornaments . 

Advertising „ , 




Kingston Fortifications and Military Buildings: — 

Plumbing 






15 056 59 


1,200 04 
1,332 00 

243 20 

357 89 
1,768 25 

513 42 

391 98 
4,903 53 

166 20 
1,372 27 

372 84 
23 95 
98 14 
31 10 

791 30 




Building stone ,. 






Repairing wharf. , 












Making trench and drains .* 






Lumber , 






Painting 






Gas machine 






Window plates , 








' 




Hardware , 












Timber.... 

Oil 






Power & £on, architects ... 






Kingston Penitentiary : — 

W. B. & S. Anglin, lumber 

W. McRossie, lumber 


545 11 
4,209 06 


13 566 11 


4.754 17 

4,425 77 

640 00 

1,210 00 

21 00 

1,359 50 
1,497 95 




J. Vluckleston & Co., hardware 




645 53 
380 00 
2.413 12 
385 00 
602 12 








J. Jamieson. iron pipes 




L. B. Spencer, castings 




J. Muckleston & Co., cement 








Robert Dodd, contract... 






Boiler Inspection Co., inspecting boilers i 






John Bowes, part salary as architect, Ottawa , 


1,080 00 
270 50 

1,094 05 

36 30 

12 17 

93 24 




do travelling expenses 

Hardware 








Paint 




Freight 








Advertising 




Queen's Printer 




John Forin, contract 






13,899 39 


2,460 00 
1,632 97 
558 25 
1,413 00 
231 50 
581 50 
368 00 








Corporation, City of Belleville, laying sidewalks 






Brignall & Thompson, furniture « .. 

G. S. Tickell & Sons do 






D. S. Keith & Co. , gas fittings -.. 






Carried forward 




7.245 22 


€2 423 84 



150 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE. 1883-4. 



h 



Public Buildings — Income. 



Brought forward 



Belleville Post Office, Custom House, «&c. — Concluded. 

E. Chanteloup, letterbox fronts 

J. H. Meacham, lock boxes and rent of furniture 

R. C. Windeyer, services as architect 

do travelling expenses 

McGuire & Bird do 

J". Brenton, clerk of works , 

A. S. Drewry, survey 

Drawer lock3 

Plumbing.. 

Gas fittings 

Furniture 

Carpets 

Labor 

Travelling expenses 

Photographs 

Advertising 



Hamilton Post Office, Custom House, 

VanAllen, Brown & Love, contract 

Geo. Sharpe, clerk of works 

Travelling expenses 

Photographs 



Act- 



Stratford Post Office, Custom House, «&c. 

J. E. Askwith, contract 

E. Chanteloup, brass box fronts 

Campbell & Abraham, furniture 

Win. Hepburn, furniture 



P. J. Woods, clocks 

E. Dunsmore k Son, gas fittings, &c. 

Wm. Hepburn, carpet3. 

J. R Kilburn, architect , 

W. Roberts, inspector 

J. Drysdale, engineer ~ 

Hardware 

Furniture , 

Travelling expenses 

Photographs 



St. Thomas Post Office : — 

Henry Lindop, contract , 

Edwin Ware, architect 

Thos. Arkell, clerk of works, 
Photographs , 



IiOndon Post Office : — 

John Christie, contract 

Greer & Wigmore, painting, &c 

Tho3. H. Tracy, architect 

E. Rogers & Co., plumbing 



Chatham, Out., Post Officer- 
James Ronald, for land purchased. 

J. E. Aekwith, contract 

J. J. Blackmore & Co., contract.... 
E Chanteloup, letterbox fronts.... 

Harrison Postal Bag Rack Co 

W. F. Rutley, architect 

J. Baxter, clerk of works 

E. Ware, services 

J. A. Macdonell, legal services 

Dutv on bag rack 

Freight 



% cts. 



Carried forward 



450 00 
15 00 

111 00 

5 00 

22 05 

127 00 
48 92 

100 95 
30 00 
10 00 
26 80 



1,281 00 

190 70 

87 00 



$ cts 



7,215 22 



2,447 26 

400 00 

915 11 

93 35 

51 50 



946 72 



328 00 
242 00 



484 40 
450 00 
90 00 
39 37 
87 00 
51 10 
8 00 



89,730 00 



1,558 70 

8,916 00 
2,153 34 



570 00 

55 00 

870 70 

283 34 



1,209 87 

16,5P0 00 

513 42 

1,980 00 

21 00 



3,564 70 

941 00 

987 94 

10 00 



2,500 00 

24,000 00 

1,800 00 

1,132 91 

73 50 

850 00 

903 00 

5 00 

32 06 

25 90 

20 25 



31,339 62 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS — INCOME. 



151 



Pnblic Buildings— Income. 



Brought forward 



halbam, Ont , Post Office — Concluded. 

Travelling expenses 

Photographs 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer 



mherstburg Post Office, Custom House, Ac. 

Patrick Navin, contract ., 

W. Twomey, clerk of works 

Travelling expenses 

Rent. 

Advertising , 

Queen's Printer 



alt Post Office, Custom House, Ac. : — 

J. A. Macdonell, legal services ., ,. 

\ Surveying site 

Plan of site ... 



»bourg Post Office, Custom House, Ac. 

I Travelling expenses ■ 

i Plans 

Advertising , 

• Queen's Printer , 



ifton Post Office, Ac.:— 

I John E. Askwith, contract. 

i J. B. Jones, clerk of works. 

; Surveying site 

Travelling expenses , 

Photographs 

i Advertising «... 



irrle Post Office :— 

i Wm. Toms, contract. 
Travelling expenses . 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer , 



brt Hope Post Office: — 

Wm. Toms, contract 

J. G. King, clerk of works. 

Photographs .., ., 

Advertising 



Iron to Dominion Buildings: — 

! Thos Pells, contract 

J. & J. Taylor, iron shutters 

J. Fletcher, record room and counter 
Geo. Harding, plumbing 



H. Graham & Co., linoleum and carpets 

John Dill, painting, glazing, <fcc 

D. B. Dick, architect , 

Flooring Assistant Receiver-General's office. 

W. B Blair, architect 

Furniture 

Steam fittings 

Repairing roof 

Hardware 

Labor- 

Photographs 

Advertising.. , 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



637 50 
39 50 

154 50 

6 00 

27 73 



19 84 
25 00 
32 00 
53 90 
18 95 
37 05 
15 64 
24 00 
126 97 



% cts. 



31,339 62 



98 85 

9 00 

186 15 

3 83 



5,890 00 
525 00 
143 35 

4 00 
103 05 

8 52 



120 30 

44 75 

9 00 



26 00 

46 85 

192 09 

8 92 



17,340 00 



865 23 



3,990 00 

32 90 

281 57 

11 59 



18,370 CO 

1,000 00 

7 00 

65 40 



4,930 00 
275 00 
796 53 
277 88 
574 65 
241 86 
182 21 



353 35 



cts. 



204,528 01 



31,637 45 



6,673 92 



174 05 



273 86 



18,205 23 



4,316 06 



19,442 40 



7,631 4S 
292,882 46 



15! 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Public Buildings— Income. 



Brought forward 



Ottawa Post Office:— 

E. G. Laverdure, roofing porch 

L. Gratton, alterations ~~ 

E. Chanteloup, new dial on clock, &c. 
E. Morel, carpenter work 



Kingston Post Office :- 

Travelling expenses.... 



Oananoque : — 

Custom House and Inland Revenue Offices ;■ 

Geo. Wilson .... 

B. Carroll, legal services 

W Hogan, clerk of works 

Commission on sale of material 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising , 



Belleville Examining Warehouses- 
Purchase price of site 

D. O'Connor, legal services 



Hamilton Immigrant Shod : — 

John Knapman, contract .. 

C. W. Mulligan, architect 



Toronto Examining Warehouse 5 — 

Brown & Love, contract 

A. W. Godson, block paving 

Geo. Harding, plumbing 

John Fletcher, lumber 

Jas. Crang, enclosing stair case 

J. & J. Taylor, vault 

D. B. Dick, architect. ... 

W. C. Beale, clerk of works 

Alterations and repairing roof 

Labor . 

Travelling expenses 

Extra clerks, copying, &c 

Advertising , 

Queen's Printer ., 



cts. 



3 75 
15 90 

88 17 



Berlin Post Office, Cnstom House, Ac: — 

Casper Heiller, for site 

J. A. Macdonell, legal services..... 

Hon. J. Armstrong do 



J. M. Scully, clerk of works. 

Furniture 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer « 



St. Catharines Post Office: — 

D. Keith & Co., contract 

Nelson Carter do 

Edwin Switzer do 

E Chanteloup, box fronts , 

Grobb & Co , furniture 

J. H. Fitzsimmons, clocks 

Richard Howse, gas fixtures. 

H. Carlisle & Co., linoleum, &c 

Corporation of St. Catharines, drains. 

R. 0. Windeyer, architect 

do travelling expenses... 



Carried forward 



70 84 

158 63 

30 00 

3,148 48 

219 71 

9 30 



cts. 



30 00 


2,997 15 


340 00 


57 55 



10,736 40 
106 40 
632 33 



107 82 



107 91 
10 00 


220 00 

20 00 

315 62 



1,938 15 
127 00 



42,300 00 
869 53 
483 29 
231 30 
108 37 
80 00 
1,000 00 
765 00 



3,636 99 



3,000 00 
117 91 



555 62 
11 14 



1,339 68 

3,725 00 

4,636 95 

2,594 38 

1,394 25 

100 00 

644 22 

304 45 

1,000 00 

524 41 

212 85 



16,476 19 



11 



PUBLIC WORKS— INCOME. 



153? 



Public Works-Income. 



Brought forward , 

St. Catharines Post Office— Continued. 



Louis Dorr, clerk of works. 

Hardware 

Cleaning offices., 

Photographs 



Toronto Drill Shed:— 

D. B. Dick, architect. 



Pari i anient Buildings, Otta wa : — 

Alterations — Post Office, House of Commons — 

T. W. Currier & Co., lumber 

F. Giasson, repairing "Hansard" room. 
Pay-lists for labor ., 



London Custom House : — 

John Christie, repairs 

John B'erguson & Son, 4 desks 

City Gas Co., gas, &c 

E. Rogers & Co., plumbing.. 

Additional land purchased for site. 

Fittings 

Labor 



irnia Immigration Buildings: — 

Thos. Myles & Son, freight and charges. 

Insurance on material 

Travelling expenses , 



Ottawa Parliament Buildings, Ventilation :- 

B. F. Sturtevant, steam fan and engine 



F. B. Scoville, exhaust condensers. 
Pay-lists for labor, &c. 



electric light for Parliament Buildings: — 

United States Electric Lighting Co., incandescent electric 
lighting machine 

Edison Electric Co., electric light for Senate chamber.... 



iblic Buildings 9 Ottawa: — 

New Pump and connections for Water Works: — 

H. R. Wo'ihiugton, 1 me pump 

E. Chanteloup, lamps, locks, &c 

Garth & Co, tubing 

Pay-list, mechanical branch 



Total Public Buildings, Ontario 

PUBLIC BUILDINGS, DISPUTED TERRITORY. 

>rl Arthur Immigrant Station : — 

J. E. Gelley & Co., contract , 

T. Marks & Bros., freight 

Travelling expenses. , , 

Insurance on material , 



% cts. 



150 00 


318 88 


25 00 


7 00 



$ cts. 



16,476 19 



500 88 



4,060 13 



855 00 

136 35 

70 50 

539 14 



366,705 43 



6,400 00 

533 25 

377 80 

24 00 



16,977 07 
72 00 



267 23 
200 00 
893 77 


1,361 00 

5,764 80> 

535 87 

2,937 39 


211 32 

75 00 

151 10 

148 84 

5,000 00 

129 54 

49 00 


468 87 
12 00 
55 00 


1,000 00 

321 45 

1,615 94 


3,827 26 



7,887 33 



1,600 99 



403,841 9i 



7,335 05 



154 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Public Works. Income. 



PI - BMC BUILDINGS, MANITOBA. 

Manitoba Penitentiary: — 

Chas. Garth & Co., contract 

John E. Ennis, contract 

Mulholland Bros., hardware , 

F. H Brydges do 

A. Munsie, alarm bell, <fec 

Waterous Engine Works Co., boiler plate cells. 
The American Plumbing Co., hardware, &c 

A. J. Murray, bricks 

Rourke & 0aS3 do 

R. J. Short, cedar piles 

H. 6. McMicken, teaming 

W. J. Corrigan, fence posts 

Hudson Bay Co , matting, &c 

Winnipeg Lumber (Jo., lumber 

Boyd & Crowe, lumber 

B. C. Kenway. shingles 

John McOuat, bricks aud wood 

S. McCormack, horse 

Pay-list for labor, &c - 

Hon. L. R. Church, legal services. 

D. Smith, clerk of works , 

Travelling expenses ... 

Lumber and hardware 

Annunciator and elevator 

Freight 

Pile driver, flag staff and doors 

Extra clerks and architect's staff... 

Photographs 

Advertising 

Queen's Pr;nter 



Parliament Buildings, Winnipeg : — 

J. E Gelley & Co., contract 

American Plumbing Co., contract 

J. G. Hargrave, cordwood 

Mulholland Bros , hardware 

Garth & Co., plans for heating.. 

St. Boniface Brick Co., wood 

W. H Lee, wood 

Hudson Bay Co., carpets 

D. Scott & Co., chairs and cushions .... 

J. Tasse, sen., clerk of works 

D. Smith do 

J. B. Gauvreau do 

A. Burgess, clerk 

F. X. Saucier, clerk 

J. Drysdale, engineer 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services 

Pay-lists for labor, &c 

do for Chief Architect's staff.... 

Stove 

Hardware. 

Bricks 

Wood 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising 

Stationery ... 

Queen's Printer 



Lieut. Governor's Residence, «&c 

F. J. Bowle3, contract 

Bowles & Williams, contract , 

Charles Garth & Co. do ■ 



Winnipeg :— 



Carried forward 



% cts, 



2,302 20 

43 53 

145 60 

295 55 

269 35 

71 20 

88 43 

197 76 

3,067 62 

7 30 

128 28 

20 23 



1,000 00 

500 00 

200 00 

400 00 

345 00 

270 00 

10 00 

1,020 00 

855 45 

20 00 

2 10 

50 00 

75 00 

203 00 

167 12 

9 50 

2 07 



$ cts. 



2,609 89 

7,290 28 

4,477 53 

124 75 

300 00 

2,523 00 

1,433 98 

600 00 

1,484 50 

1,066 34 

372 00 

200 00 

452 77 

965 12 

961 61 

105 00 

725 00 

200 00 



6,637 05 



104,885 74 

14.203 10 

'295 00 

230 52 

50 00 

1,012 50 

175 00 

992 18 

943 30 



5,129 24 



18,101 60 
2,975 00 
1,552 00 



22,628 60 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS — INCOME 



155 



Public Works — Income. 



Brought forward 



.ieut. Governor's Residence, «fcc, Winnipeg" — Concluded. 

J. 0. Piper, sinking well and pump* , 

W. F. Lee, excavation for water supply 

American Plumbing Co., laying water and gas pipes 

Gedeon Laurin, painting fences 

Grant & Co., painting radiators 

Furniture and general house furnishing 

J. B. Gauvreau, clerk of works 

D.Smith do 

C. Burgess, clerk , 

F. X. Saucier, clerk , 

Pay-list, labor, &c ...., 

Hardware 

Travelling expenses 



ominion Land Office? Winnipeg: 

Extension : — 

J. E. Gelley & Co., furnace 

do sidewalks... 

Rourke & Cass, repairs .... 

Mulholland Bros., oil 

D. Smith, clerk of works 

Chas. Burgess, clerk 

F. X. Saucier do 

Hardware 

Putting on sashes .-. 

Furniture 



lnnipeg Post Office:— 

Rourke & Cass, contract 

J. G. McDonald do 

i C. H Logan do , 

I J. &. J. Taylor, new safe and moving vault. 

I Mulholland Bros., hardware 

I Winnipeg Lumber Co., lumber 

J. E. Gelley & Co., removing offices, &c — . 

' G. Laurin, painting and glazing... t 

! Hudson Bay Co., linoleum 

j Grant & Gelley, letter box plates 

I J. Tasse, sen., clerk of works , 

i D. Smith do , 

I F. X. Saucier, clerk , 

! C. Burgess do 

A. Berthiaume, clerk of works , 

Hardware , 

, Lumber. , 

> Putting up sash , 

McPhillips Bros., surveying site ........ 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising 

: Queen's Printer 

Labor 



Less— Refund, amount of C. H. Logan's security. 



Unnipeg Powder Magazine : — 

Rourke & Cass, contract 

A T. Berthiaume, clerk of works. 
J. B. Gauvreau do 

Travelling expenses », 

Advertising ,., 

Queen's Printer „.....,. 



Total Public Buildings, Manitoba. 



$ ets, 



800 00 
250 00 
300 00 
255 50 
832 00 
50 93 
30 25 



125 00 

100 00 

93 00 

6 25 

9 45 

22 00 



200 00 

500 00 

333 00 

400 00 

400 00 

324 86 

34 20 

19 20 

40 00 

141 34 

561 16 

17 30 

,186 44 



$ cts 



22,628 



353 00 
214 50 
484 07 
1,070 40 
160 00 
14,994 56 



2,518 68 



242 00 

142 71 

31 00 

5 23 



355 70 



3,103 00 

4,310 00 

1,000 00 

3,556 61 

196 57 

395 84 

923 14 

383 50 

56 27 

78 00 



5,157 50 



19,160 43 
414 00 



2,980 00 

600 00 

200 00 

4 00 

51 01 

3 44 



$ cts. 



160,445 40 



42,423 81 



776 64- 



18,746 43 



3,838 45 



226,230 73 



156 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Public Works— Income. 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS, XORTH>WEST TERRITORIES. 

Public Buildings, N-W.T., Generally :— 

W. Heuderson, clerk of works 

M. P. Zindord, furniture 

Sundry repairs and disbursements 

Telegrams 

Travelling expenses 

Extra clerks, &c 



Xen Jail and Lock-ups : — 

A. T. Berthiaume, clerk of works. 
Advertising 



Xon* Public Buildings at Begina : — 

John McCallum, contract 

Thos. Barton do 

Thos. Howard, sinking well and pump. 
G. Reiffenstein, 12,fire extinguishers..., 

M. Hughes, furniture 

L. Arnett, carpets 

Hudson Bay Co., crockery 

C. H. Black, stationery 

Portable stable 

Lumber « 

Travelling expenses ► 



Qu'Appelle Immigrant Shed: — 

C. H. Logan, contract 

M. P. Zindord do 

Miller, Morse & Co., hardware 

Thomson & Nelson, lumber 

S. H. Caswell, digging and curbing well. 

Freisrhton building material 

W. Henderson, clerk of works. . . , 

Insurance on building material 

Stove and stove pipes 



Total Public Buildings, N.-W.T. 



$ cts. 



1,125 00 

353 00 

1,725 41 

308 72 
1,271 15 
2,088 13 



200 00 


75 50 


7,742 82 

2,530 38 

728 00 


708 00 


475 00 


114 05 


55 45 


26 20 


1,383 00 
16 12 


318 40 


1,869 00 

3,658 00 

435 50 


2,522 10 
568 25 


2,122 68 
250 00 


24 00 


137 05 



$ Ctl 



6,871 4] 



275 5< 



14,097 4 



11,586 8! 
32,830 i 



11 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS — INCOME. 



15T 



Pnblic Works — Income. 



PUBfcI€ BUILDINGS, BRITISH COI/UMB1A. 

Ifew Westminster 



Post Office, Custom House, $c. :— 

Chas. Hayward, contract 

Hay & Fry do 

Drake & Jackson, legal services 

James Kennedy, extra payment for services 

Furniture 

Hardware 

Fittings , 

Vault door 

Sidewalk and fenciog. 

Sign boards 

Letterboxes 

Copying press ... 

Clock 

Matting., 

Board , 

Sundry repairs 

Advertising and printing , 

Photographs , 

Travelling expenses 



ancouver Quarantine Station : — 

Advertising 



$ cts. 



1,617 01 

36 00 

30 00 

570 00 

249 40 

22 50 

51 50 

19 00 

10 00 

15 50 

1 50 

686 12 

12 33 

13 00 
12 00 



auaimo Post Office, Ac. :— 

Smith & Clark, contract , 

G.H.Frost do 

The Vancouver Coal Mining Co , for lot 

Drake & Jackson, legal services 

Salaries and wages , 

Hardware 

Safe 

Coal 

Freight 

Travelling expenses 

Board 

Advertising , 

Photographs 



itish Columbia Penitentiary 

Plumbing 

Hardware , 

Lumber 

Repairing workshops, &c , 

Water closets 

Making gates 

Carpenter work 

Repairing hearths 

Stone 

Travelling expenses , 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer 



cts. 



3,363 00 

3,055 75 

3 25 

350 00 



3,345 86 



$ cts. 



Total Public Buildiugs, British Columbia. 



10,117 86 
46 00 



19,580 98 



2,685 32 
32,430 16 



158 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4, 



Public Works — Income. 



PlliMC BUILDINGS GENERALLY. 



Chas. Vadeboucoeur, ladders and blinds 

L. P. Casella, air meters- , 

Beeker & Ulrich, freight 

The .Eolus Ventilating Co , 2 ventilators 

J. R. Esmonde, hardware 

F. B Scovel, condenser 

City of Windsor, drain 

E. Chanteloup, letter box fronts 

Dickson and Sullivan, drains and ventilation 

Paylist for labor, &c 

Gathering information re Public Buildings 

Freight .. 

S. Drysdale, engineer 

Sheeting for plans 

Hon. Jas. Armstrong, legal services re contracts 

Thermometer and glass 

Analysis of stone .... 

Petty disbursements 

Stationery 

Travelling expenses 

Subscription to papers , 

J. P. M. Lecourt, architect 

Extra clerks and draughtsmen 

Photographs , 

Queen's Printer 



Total, Public Buildings Generally. 



$ cts. 



541 20 


44 89 


34 67 


243 33 


547 37 


193 55 


121 50 


1,537 06 


379 05 


85 16 


212 26 


107 16 


540 00 


38 50 


80 00 


29 00 


10 00 


48 75 


1,089 45 


986 67 


75 90 


1,999 92 


5,141 87 


264 05 


500 06 



14,851 






PUBLIC WORKS — INCOME. 



159 



Repairs, Fnrnitnre, floating-, Ac. 



Ottawa Buildings: — 

Jobbing and repairs, pay-lists. See statement, page 167 

Mechanical Engineers' Staff: — 

W. King, clerk and draughtsman 

E. B. Goodwin, clerk 

H. J. Guppy do , , 

C Robinson do 

R. Surtees do 

W Smith, foreman engineer..... 

M. Clancy, assistant do ■ 

T. Wensley do do 

M. Whalen, pipe fitter and smith 

Plumbers and gas fitters 

Bell hangers 

Pattern maker 

Caretaker, shop3 and machines 

Helpers 

Laborers 

Night watchmen, eastern and western blocks, 2 months. 



Heating, pay-list for May. 
Accounted for in 1884-85 ... 



Less- 



■Cbarged to ventilation 

do new pump connections 

do House of Commons P.O. alterations 

do heating 

do Military Works and Buildings 



Painting. . 
Hardware 
Lumber... 



Total pay-lists charged to Repairs, Ottawa Buildings 



Glass, &c 

New partitions and doors. 

Shelving , 

Packing cases and boxes.. 

Cement and tar 

Lime , 



Brick 

Gravel and sand 

Stone 

Coal 

Temporary post office 

Alterations in record room, 

Altering hoist 

Blacksmith work 

Repairs to roof 

Covering steps 

Plumbing... 

Labor, &c 

Sprinkling streets 

Turning and scroll sawing. 

Cleaning chimneys 

Repairing flags 

Dyeing 

Engraving 

Plating 

Hose 



<x. Reilfenstein, 6 Babcock fire extinguishers. 

Inspection of boilers , 

Furniture 

Carpets * 

Linoleum , , 

Dry goods, oil cloths, &c 

€loths 



Carried forward 60,923 71 



$ cts. 



1,162 50 

870 00 

136 86 

595 00 

219 05 

1,020 00 

'759 03 

766 42 

840 00 

2,100 00 

1,158 72 

547 44 

547 44 

2,781 80 

1,411 25 

91 24 



1,025 60 

539 14 

373 58 

170 18 

71 50 



10,004 91 

7,614 84 

5,176 92 

3,399 13 

713 50 

1,672 00 

1,497 35 

609 20 

222 28 

206 30 

464 60 

93 27 

30 00 

1,911 00 

298 00 

260 20 

4,577 98 

1,364 33 

200 00 

200 12 

124 65 

115 98 

179 20 

103 35 

38 50 

14 00 

12 00 

3 00 

1,472 45 

354 00 

228 45 

13,695 69 

2,881 17 

93 75 

852 80 

238 79 



$ cts. 



52,528 56 



15,006 75 

272 61 

12 00 

67,819 92 



2,185 00 
65,634 92 



65,634 92 



ISO 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Bepnirs, Furniture, Heatings Ac. 



Brought forward 



OUhuh Buildings— Continued. 

Mats, matting, &c 

Rep 

Frame for " Confederation " picture. 
Packing and freight do 

Picture frames 

Picture hanging 

Insurance on paintings 

Blinds 

Curtains 

Clocks 

Lamps and lanterns 

Wick waste 

Oil - 

Revolver for watchman 

Photographs 

Drawing boards 

Crockery 

Hair 

Wax 

Cord 

{Sundry disbursements 

Electric light supplies 

Electrical apparatus « 

Testing electric light. , 

Rent of telephone 

Advertising ~ 

Travelling expenses ..> 

Freight and express charges 

Rent of Indian office 



Total Repairs, &c, Ottawa Buildings. 



$ cts. 



60.923 71 



392 79 

18 00 
250 00 

25 25 
71 18 

10 00 
40 50 

785 90 
493 46 
310 50 
115 46 
30 20 
178 17 

19 50 
43 50 
23 50 
17 90 

11 50 
9 60 

25 20 

742 91 

650 12 

96 90 

95 00 

37 £0 

527 02 

707 20 

107 00 

900 00 



KUlcau Hall:— 

Pay-lists— 

Clerk of works, W. M, Hutchison. 

Watchman, Jas. Sorley 

Forester, George Sleeman 

Carpenters 

Laborers employed on buildings ,. 

Firemen 

Upholsterer 

Plasterer 

Charwomen 

Gardeners 

Laborers employed on grounds.... 

Carter 

Horse and cart 

Bricklayer 



Total Pay-listB. 



1st July 

to 31st Oct, 

1883. 



$ cts, 

364 50 

184 50 

180 00 

1,935 49 

1,331 47 

153 75 

102 00 

83 75 

870 88 

602 85 

1,065 52 

220 00 

159 75 

16 00 

7,270 46 



Painting 

Plumbing 

Blacksmithing. 
Sundry repairs . 



Carried forward 



1st Nov., 

1883, to 30th 

Jane, 1884. 



$ cts. 

840 90 
364 50 
360 00 
3,024 49 
1,295 83 
486 25 



251 25 

1,131 93 

1,348 23 

434 00 

199 00 

38 50 



9,774 88 



6,946 46 
487 40 
101 38 
437 75 



7,972 99 



1,205 40 

549 00 

540 00 

4,959 98 

2,627 30 

640 00 

102 00 

83 75 

1,122 13 

1,734 78 

2,413 75 

654 00 

358 75 

54 50 



17,045 34 



17,045 34 






li 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS — INCOME. 



161 



Repairs, Furniture, Heating-, Ac. 



Brought forward , 

Kideati Hall — Concluded. 

Hardware .. 

Lumber 

Hose 

Lamp post 

Tar 

3 Pianos, $1,100, $750, $650.... 

Rent of 3 pianos 

Freight and packing of pianos. 

Testing pianos 

Farniture 

Dry goods 

Carpets 

Mattrasses 

Window blinds 

Crockery 

Rent of telephone 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising 

Sundry disbursements 



Total, Rideau Hall. 



ublic Buildings, Quebec: — 

Repairs on sundry buildings. 

Furniture do 

Painting do • 

Plumbing do 

Gas fitting do 

Gas do 

Stoves 

Inspaction of boilers 

Repairing furnaces , 

Use of steam engine 

Fittings 

Repairing chimneys 

Pumping water 

Fixing grounds atjThree Rivers 

Ladders 

Oil cloth.... 

Hardware..* 

Repairing bells 

Rent of room for Civil Service examination. 

Travelling expenses 

O.Z. Hamel, architect , 

J. K, Poitras do 

Photographs , 



iblic Building's, Ontario : — 

Repairs on sundry buildings .., 

Rent paid for offices, &c 

Inspection of boilers 

Hardware 

Carpenter work, , 

Furniture 

Plumbing 

Painting 

Cleaning rooms.... 

Paid taxes on rented offices 

Whitewashing 

Steam fitting 

Posts and plants 

Travelling expenses 

Lumber 



# 



5—11 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



7,972 99 



2,689 51 

1,137 59 

43 00 

36 20 

8 50 

2,500 00 

352 00 

22 00 

25 00 

310 35 

845 77 

471 06 

192 30 

36 95 

15 00 

25 00 

69 65 

28 86 

1,680 87 



3,681 79 

1,237 37 

454 25 

428 95 

327 75 

208 00 

208 00 

180 00 

151 60 

100 00 

73 80 

75 00 

72 00 

92 80 

31 20 
26 50 
21 88 
15 00 
25 00 
33 05 

137 16 

32 00 
15 00 



1,821 68 

1,318 25 

1,120 00 

554 95 

411 75 

314 94 

251 15 

238 50 

231 00 

194 00 

148 40 

108 70 

79 45 

70 50 

66 25 



6,979 42 



$ cts. 



17,015 34 



$ dts, 



133,294 39 



18,462 60 



35,507 94 



7,631 10 



168,802 33 



162 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Repairs, Furniture, Heating, Ac 



Brought forward 



Public Building?, Ontario- 
Sundry disbursements 

Repairing baths 

Rent of telephone , 

Sprinkling streets. 

Gas , 

Oil 



■Concluded. 



Maritime Provinces: — 

Repairs, labor, &c, sundry buildings 

Painting 

Furniture 

Services of architect 

Hardware 

Safe 

S. Howe, for services examining vouchers.. 

Linoleum 

Flag pole 

Sundy disbursements . , 

Legal services 

Lumber 

Roofing , 

Boiler inspection 



Public Buildings, Manitoba : — 

Rent of Lieut -Governor's residence. 
Rent of Winnipeg architect's office... 

Painting 

Sidewalks, fence, &c 

Furniture 

Travelling expenses. 

Hardware 

Vt hitewashing 

Sundry disbursements 

Lumber 

Plastering.. 

Stationery , 

Rent of telephone 

Boiler inspection 

Advertising 

Coal oil 



Kortli-West Territories : — 

Hardware 



British Columbia : — 

Furniture 

Sundry repairs. 

Freight and duty 

Carpenter work , 

Hardware 

Painting 

Removing ashes and cleaning chimneys. 

Legal services, Drake & Jackson 

Photographs 



Ctronods, Public Buildings, Ottawa : — 

I'ay-Usm : — 

Gardeners ,-.. 

Laborers 



$ cts. 



6,979 42 




2,744 84 

1,110 12 

500 35 

367 95 

316 03 

170 00 

125 00 

108 88 

62 28 

122 72 

10 00 

33 87 

12 00 

220 00 



4,000 00. 


450 00 


470 65 


274 88 


202 55 


194 65 


134 50 


97 50 


92 15 


61 76 


50 00 


34 26 


30 00 


20 00 


7 20 


10 10 



802 15 

502 33 

225 40 

204 00 

161 64 

134 00 

45 00 

16 25 

10 00 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



7,631 10 



7,170 86 



5,904 04 



6,130 20 



51 00 



2,100 77 



$ cts. 



168,802 33; 



28,987 
197,790 



2,480 70 
3,590 63 



6,071 33 



197,790 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS — INCOME. 



103 



Repairs, Furniture, Heating-. Ac. 



Brought forward 



Grounds, Public Buildings, inlaw a— Continued. 



Watchmen 
Horse hire. 



Less— Amount charged to removing snow. 



Superintendent, N. Robertson, salary. 

Gravel 

Sodding 

Manure 

Seeds 

Plants 

Trees ..... 

Flower pots 

Tobacco 

Hardware 

Cleaning out-buildings 

Photographs , 

Oil 

Scrap books 



Removal of Snow, Public Buildings, Ottawa :— 

Ottawa Buildings : — 

Laborers .. 

Horse hire , 

Grounds pay-list charged to removal of snow. 



Total pay-lists 
Shovels , 



Rideau Hall : — 

Laborers 

Horse and cart. 



Total pay-list 
Shovels 



Advertising:. 



IFnel and Light, Rideau Hall :■ 

Allowance for fuel and light. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



6,071 33 



as, Public Buildings, Ottawa : — 

Ottawa Gas Co. : — 

3 Public Buildings, Ottawa, 7,049,000 feet, at $3 a.M. 

Geological Museum 201,100 do , 

Department of Iudian Affairs 51,600 do , 

Victoria Chambers, Dominion Land?, 1 year, 6,100 feet 
at $3 



1,950 30 
331 50 
208 20 



2,490 00 
108 90 



751 00 
148 37 



899 37 
50 00 



Lighting 8 street lamps in New Edinburgh, for 1 year... 
2 new lamps and posts, Rideau Hall and Post Office...... 

2 new meters, Rideau Hall 

Rent of meters, Geological Museum and Indian Affairs 



Carried forward 

5-iii 



21,147 00 
603 30 
154 80 

18 30 



133 00 


856 95 


7,061 28 


208 20 


6,853 08 


1,037 50 


390 00 


74 45 


96 60 


192 45 


20 00 


11 00 


39 42 


7 00 


241 02 


5 00 


4 50 


80 


6 00 



200 00 
72 00 
33 00 
II 40 



2,598 90 



949 37 
34 40 



21,923 40 



316 40 



cts. 



197,790 30 



8,978 82 



8,000 00 



22,239 80 
240,591 59 



164 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Repairs, Furniture, Heating-, Ac 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ eta: 








240,591 59» 


Heatiug Public Buildings. Ottawa : — 

Departmental Buildings : — 


660 00 

1,942 17 

1,436 79 

516 54 

296 12 


4,851 62 

4,902 51 
547 44 
362 02 
317 87 

506 29 






Woodmen, wood and coal pilers 

Night watchmen, E. and W. Blocks 




Horse and cart , 








Parliament Buildings : — 

Assistant engineers 


1,310 62 

1,999 34 

1,297 81 

294 74 








Woodmen, wood and coal pilers 




Horse and cart .. 




Ottawa Post Office :— 






Supreme Court ; — 

Firemen , 




Geological Museum : — 




General : — 


5 00 
61 99 
68 12 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
50 00 
170 18 


Helpers 


Laborers 

Extra services, W. King. 


do E. B.Goodwin 


do C. Robinson 


General repair staff pay-list, charged to heating 






590 34 

272 61 

16,158 96 

16,452 65 

1,168 00 

10 00 


Less — Amount charged to ventilation 


11,487 75 
862 95 




do repairs, Ottawa Buildings 


50,403 9Cj 


Wm. McCaffray, wood 


10,624 SO 

33,819 61 

5,533 04 

6 00 

280 44 

96 69 

43 32 






Paid for sawing wood 


Coal 


4,844 54 
688 50 


Coke 


Advertising 




Queen's Printer 




Stationerv , 








Water, Public Buildings, Ottawa : — 

Corporation City of Ottawa, for water supplied to Govern- 
ment and Departmental Buildings, Supreme Court, City 

Drill Hall and Rideau Hall, 9 months, to 31st March, 
1884, at $1,000 a month 


9,000 00 
87 00 

1,434 20 

264 85 

98 04 

17 50 

9 90 

30 50 


Corporation City cf Ottawa, for water supplied to Depart- 






Wire cable. &c 





9,087 0C| 








Batteries 






Edison transmitter 






Chemicals 






Distribution boards 








Carried forward 




1,854 99 


300,082 d 



11 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS— INCOME. 



165 



Repairs, Furniture, Heating-, «fcc. 


$ cts. 


$ cts 


$ cts. 


Brought forward , ..~.... 




1,854 99 

581 00 

35 15 

5 93 


300,082 49 


Telephonic Service, Ottawa — Concluded. 

Rent of telephones « , 


Freight . 










Salaries of Engineers, Firemen, «fec. : — 

Ontario 




2,477 07 


8,441 19 
4,964 48 
2,616 83 
4,297 03 
1,553 15 
385 00 
90 00 


Quebec « 






Nova Scotia , 






New Brunswick 






Prince Edward Island 






British Columbia 






Public Buildings generally 






Seating Dominion Buildings, Ontario: — 


132 35 
441 55 

372 49 
27 60 
10 00 

6 50 

665 68 

478 77 

15 00 

30 00 

75 00 

566 58 

15 00 

580 52 
535 22 

943 33 

1,178 69 

226 50 

577 05 

24 00 

169 25 
912 52 
358 58 

1,357 06 
2,104 74 
1,180 38 

170 91 
■495 85 
169 28 

39 00 

2,393 85 

351 57 


22,347 68 


8,245 90 

9,726 99 
4,938 84 


Brantford do do , 




Cornwall Inland Revenue Office, coal 




Cobourg do wood 








Hamilton do do ;... 




Hamilton Custom House do 

Kingston Mills Canal Office, wood .. 

Kingston Military College, coal , 




do do wood 








do Post Office do 




Rideau Hall, coal .., 








St. Catharines Post Office coal 




Stratford do » 




Toronto Inland Revenue Office, coal 




do Post Office, coal 




do Custom House, coal , 




do do pay-list 




Windsor Post Office, coal „ 




[eating Public Buildings, Quebec:— 

Chambly Canal Office, wood 




Hull Post Office, coal 




Montreal Post Office, coal 




do Inland Revenue Office, coal 




do Custom House do 




Quebec Custom House do 




do Citadel do 




do Post Office do 




St. John's Post Office do 




St. Anne's Inland Revenue Office, wood 




St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary, coal .?.. 




Three Rivers Custom House, coal «. 

eating Public Buildings, New Brunswick: — 

Chatham Post Office, coal 

Fredericton do do 

Sussex do do , ^ 

St. John Marine Hospital, coal 




116 21 
425 57 
425 55 
621 04 
52 00 
665 14 
2,350 48 
232 85 




do Penitentiary do , 




do Post Office do 


• 


do Custom House do,. 

do Savings Bank do , ,. 




Carried forward 








22,911 73 


324,907 24 



166 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Repairs, Furniture, Heating, Ac. 



Brought forward 



Heating: Public Buildings, Nova Scotia: 

Pictou Custom House coal 

do Marine Hospital do 

Halifax Dominion Building, coal 

Sydney Inland Revenue Office, coal 



Heating Public Buildings, P.E.I.: — 

Dominion Building, Charlotte town 



Heating Public Buildings, Manitoba: 

Winnipeg Custom House, coal 

do Post Office do 

do Dominion Lands Office, coal, 
do architect's office, coal 



Heating Public Buildings, N.W.T. :-- 

Qu'Appelle, clerk of works' office, coal. 



Heating Public Buildings, British Columbia:— 

Sandry public buildings, coal 



Advertising. 



Total, Repairs, Furniture, Heating, &c_ 



$ cts. 



88 77 

24 80 

946 00 

15 00 



1,031 25 

1,003 15 

687 50 

110 00 



$ cts. 



22,911 73 



1,074 57 
638 66 



$ eta. 



324,907 24 



96 00 

273 74 
285 19 



28,112 3£ 
353,019 6,' 



PUBLIC BUILDINGS— INCOME. 



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DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Harbors and Rivers. 



Nova Scotia :— 

Cow Bay : — 

Timber 

Pay-list, laborers, &c 

Hardware 

B. T. P. Shewan salary 

E. G Mi lidge do 

J. B. Hegan do 

Travelling expenses 

» Pile driver 

Advertising 

Stationery 

D. Ferguson, saving scows. 

Linen 

Queen's Printer 



Benacadie Pond:— 

Pay-lists 

Services of tug 

Piles , 

Travelling expenses 

Hardware 

Pile driver 

G. A. Brown, salary. 

Coal 

Freight 

Lumber , 

Water 

Stationery 

Printing 

Brush 



South Inqonish : — 

J. B. Hegan, salary. 
E. G. Millidge do . 
G. A. Brown do . 
J. C. Allison do . 
G. A Day, Rodman. 
Travelling expenses. 
Advertising 



Cheverie : — 

Sanford & Burgess, contract 

G. A. Smith, inspector , 

E. G. Millidge, engineer , 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services, preparing drafts of contract and 

security bonds 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising 

Parrsboro', or Partridge Island River : — 

Pay-lists .. 

Repairing scows 

Hardware 

Lumber , 

Towage.. 

Storage 

Teaming 

Postage and stationery 

Port Hood :— 

J McKeen, contract 

J. McMillan, inspector 

E. G. Millidge, salary 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer 



$ cts. 



Carried forward. 



2,796 30 


1.391 34 


1,052 52 


604 00 


395 00 


165 00 


679 96 


107 90 


61 06 


15 07 


35 00 


7 00 


4 51 


3,674 58 


717 50 


437 73 


317 03 


125 15 


116 50 


100 00 


79 20 


63 45 


59 60 


33 12 


32 60 


14 GO 


2 50 


150 00 


135 00 


120 00 


120 00 


38 00 


185 54 


11 28 


1,350 00 


155 00 


135 00 


10 CO 


30 65 


55 59 


1,819 43 


333 93 


183 41 


67 59 


43 89 


10 00 


8 25 


3 50 


8,820 00 


512 50 


130 00 


47 63 


26 04 


3 23 





HARBORS AND RIVERS. 



1C3 



Harbors and Rivers. 



$ cts 



$ cte. 



Brought forward 



Sfova .Scotia— Continued. 
Coffin! s Island:— 

Pay-lists 

Timber 

Hardware 

Sundry supplies 

Hire of boats 

Telegrams , 

Treenails 

Powder 

Travelling expenses. 
Freight 



Port Lome :— 

G. S. Mayes, contract.. 
W. Starratt, inspector. 
Advertising 



Three Fathom Harbor :— 

Pay-lists 

Timber 

Scow hire. 

Oartajre 

J. Ewing, salary 

Hardware 

Travelling expenses 

Telegrams 

Brush 



Little Hope Island : — 

Pay-lists , 

Timber.... ..., 

Freight , , 

1 Iron 

J. B. Hegan, salary.. 
J. Ewing do . 

J. 0. Allison do .. 
Travelling expenses , 

West Aric hat : — 

Pay-lists, labor, &c. 

Timber 

Hardware 

Ballast . 

D. R. Boyle, salary. 
G. A. Brown do . 
J. B. Hegan do . 
Travelling expenses. 
Freight , 



Lt Ardoise : — 

E. G. Millidge, salary. 
Travelling expenses.... 
Queen's Printer 



Great Village River : — 

J. M. blaikie & Co., contract. 



Chipman's Brook : — 
Pay-lists, labor, &c. 

Timber 

Hardware 

Stationery , 

Post office box 



Carried forward, 



27,493 OS 



,586 68 

,040 02 

163 57 

56 90 

13 25 

8 84 

7 50 

5 43 

5 00 

3 00 



4,040 00 

317 50 

16 65 



423 52 

288 50 

66 25 

64 60 

60 00 

57 10 

30 65 

5 18 

4 20 



542 20 

282 64 

137 50 

76 04 

115 00 

60 00 

23 33 

13 29 



565 83 

279 75 

276 77 

149 75 

109 25 

100 00 

40 00 

69 00 

9 65 



125 00 

88 71 

I 98 




2,890 19 



4,374 15 



1,0Q0 CO 



1,250 ©OS 



1,600 00 

215 6$ 
4,250 00 



1,498 21 
44,571 32 



170 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



II 



Harbors and Rivers. 



Brought forward 



Nova Scotia — Con tin ued. 
Harbnrville : — 

Pay-lists 

Timber 

Hardware 

Stone 

Freight 



Maitland Wharf:— 

Hardware 

Lumber 

Pay-list 

Travelling expensej. 
G. A. Day, services.. 



Yarmouth : 

Labor 

Timber x. 

Hardware - 

T C. Moody, salary , 

J. B. Hegan do 

J. 0. Allison do 

G. A. Brown do 

Travelling expanses ' 

Sundry expenses 

Boat hire 

Postage , 



Parker's Cove: — 

Pay-lists 

Timber 

Hardware 

G. A. Brown, salary. 
Travelling expenses. 
Freight 



Grand Narrows, Barra Strait 

Timber 

Pay lists. 

Hardware , 

Ballast , 

Travelling expenses , 

Scow hire 

Treenails 

Telegrams , 



Oyster Pond: — 

Timber 

Pay-list 

Hardware 

G. A [>ay, salary. 

Telegrams 

Moving safe 

Sundries , 



White Point :— 

Pay-list 

Timber 

Hardware 

Travelling expenses. 
ii. A. Day, salary.... 
Ballast „ 



Militia Point :— 

Pay-list 

Timber 

J. Ewing, salary. 



Carried forward 



% cts, 



644 45 
627 10 
112 30 
110 30 
5 00 



290 57 

204 40 

159 35 

5!5 68 

39 00 



2,749 90 

723 00 

2fc9 73 

162 50 

155 00 

120 00 

120 00 

133 9t 

29 80 

8 00 

6 li 



1,038 89 

627 07 

129 43 

120 00 

80 11 

4 47 



963 56 

1,279 27 

400 17 

132 35 

95 95 

74 00 

39 00 

]0 70 



858 90 

435 14 

114 85 

43 00 

10 07 

7 00 

3 55 



693 71 
108 01 
80 26 
59 52 
40 50 
18 00 



866 12 
928 65 
120 00 

1,914 77 



HARBORS AND RIVERS. 



171 



Harbors and Rivers. 



Brought forward 



ova Scotia — Continued. 
Militia Point— Concluded. 

G. A. Day do 

Wattfr 

Telegrams 

Travelling expenses.... 



Catalogue Gut :— 

Pay-list 

Travelling expenses. 

Piles 

Hardware , 

Lumber 

Boat hire 

Cartage 



McN air's Cove: — 

Pay-lists 

Timber , 

Ballast 

Hardware 

G. E. McLaughlin, salary. 
E. G. AJillidge do . 

Travelling expenses 

J. Ewing, salary 

DynRmite 

Freight 

Sundries 

Printing forms 

Cartage , 

Boat 

Carpenter work 

Posts 

Coal 

Brush 



Mabou Harbor . 

Pay-list. 

Ballast ...... 

Timber 

Hardware... 
Boat hire... 
Pile driver. 
Brush 



Total 



liiice Edward Island: 

! Mal^eque Breakwater: — 

J. A. Benristo, contract 
H. S. McNutt, inspector 

Pay-lists 

Lumber 

Telegrams 

Advertising 

Hardware 

Repairing table 

Horse hire ... 

Stumpage.... 

Queen's Printer 



Victoria Breakwater, Wood Islands, 

Pay-lists 

Timber .*... 

Ballast 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



1,914 77 



40 50 
8 76 
6 87 

29 10 



1,201 33 
149 97 
77 47 
26 73 
23 45 
20 30 
75 



2,113 73 

1,709 34 

283 66 

225 99 

166 67 

125 00 

122 52 

75 00 

63 10 

42 93 

16 05 

11 75 

18 50 

8 00 

5 65 

4 00 

3 00 

1 00 



304 72 

124 00 

96 25 

42 30 

20 00 

5 (0 

6 00 



3,000 00 

472 50 

60 50 

14 07 

11 19 

9 15 

6 81 

3 75 

2 00 
1 50 

3 25 



1,093 12 
919 40 
566 54 

2,579 66 



$ cts. 



2,000 00 



1,500 00 



4,995 89 



598 27 
67,845 90 



3,584 72. 



172 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Harbors ami Rivers. 



Brought forward 



Prime Edward Island — Concluded. 

Victoria Breakwater, Wood Islands— Concluded. 

Hardware , , 

Travelling expenses , 

G. E. McLaughlin, salary , 



J. B. Hegan 
E. G. Millidge 
G. A. Brown 
J. Ewing 
Services of rodman 

Stationery 

Telegrams 

Freight 

Hire of boats 

Pile driver 

Grindstone 

Brush 



do 
do 

do 

do 



Rustico JJarbor : — 

Pierce Doyle, contract... 
Leon Gallant, inspector, 
Advertising 



South-West River, New London: — 

Thos. Reid, contract 

G. B. McKay, inspector 

Advertising 



Campb'IVs Cove : — 

J. B. Heeran, services and travelling expenses. 
E. G. Millidge do do 



St. Peter's Bay:— 

L. Doyle, inspector. 
Advertising 



cts. 



2,579 66 



261 66 

258 50 

166 67 

150 00 

125 00 

120 00 

60 00 

37 50 

90 28 

41 82 

12 00 

10 00 

3 00 

2 00 

90 44 



Total 



New Brmswick: — 

St. John Harbor, Breakwater at Negro Point : — 

Steeves, Duffy & Steeves, contract 

Extra clerk- (see statement at end of Public Works— Income). 

S. S. Mayes, inspector 

J. B. Hegan 

G. A Brown 

J. O. Allison.. , 

G. E. McLaughlin 

J. Carleton, inspector 

G. A. Day, rodman 

E. Ro-s. caretaker 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising 



River Tobique and River St. John above Grand Falls :- 

Pay-lists. 

Timber m 

Supplies 

Hardware... 

Travelling expenses 

Powder 

Stationery 

Logs ,, 

Canoe hire 

Sundries 



3,625 00 

502 50 

8 00 



650 00 

497 50 
4 20 



243 55 
278 75 



300 00 
9 60 



36,050 00 
2,283 29 
861 00 
755 00 
364 00 
240 00 
166 67 
270 00 
115 50 
100 00 
478 09 
31 50 



4,060 21 

377 14 

175 90 

159 52 

97 71 

52 26 

37 75 

32 50 

3 60 

3 50 



Oarried forward > ••'• 



HARBORS AND RIVERS. 



173' 



Harbors and Rivers. 



Brought forward 



Few Brnnswifk— Con'inned. 

River St. John -Des Chutes to Bean Island. 

Pay-lists .. 

Supplies 

Travelling expenses , 

G- A. Brown, salary 

J. Ewing do , 

Towage, , 

Material 

Hardware 

Lumber 



Madawaska River : — 

Pay-list 

Building shear darn. 
Timber 



Rocher Bay Breakwater : — 

Anderson <fe Cannon, contract. 

J. C. Barbour, inspector 

Advertising ..., 

Queen's Printer ...... 



St. Mary's:— 

Pay-lists 

Timber 

J. Ewing, salary 

Hardware 

Wages of foreman.... 
Travelling expenses. 



Anderson's Hollow :— 

C. W. Anderson, contract. 

J. W. Reid, inspector 

Travelling expenses 



U/'per Salmon River : — 

David Cleveland, contract 
D. D. Lutwick, inspector.... 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer , 



Mispec Breakwater : — 

Q. S. Mayea, contract , , 

Advertising » 

R. Power, inspector 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal expenses, preparing drafts and security 

bonds .", 

Queen's Printer 

Caraquet : — 

R. Blackhall, contract . ,„.... 

W. Walsh, inspector , , 

Advertising 



Hopewell Cape, Ballast Wharf, Sfc. : — 

Dowling, Curry, Condon & Palmer, contract 

H. J. Bennett, inspector 

Advertising , 

Queen's Printer 



Grande Anse : — 
Pay-lists .... 

Timber 

Materials.... 
Ballast 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



351 23 

178 08 

64 00 

60 00 
42 50 
39 51 

61 14 
4 50 



675 79 

300 00 

24 00 



3,200 00 

237 50 

130 51 

6 05 



664 24 
455 55 
135 00 
137 72 
75 00 
32 49 



3,450 00 

152 50 

50 00 



3,970 00 

152 50 

143 15 

3 11 



5,700 00 
63 20 

47 50 

10 00 
4 51 



3,440 00 

757 50 

8 20 



355 00 

74 06 
3 11 



1,360 96 
796 01 
196 07 
179 35 



2,532 39 



% cts. 



2,000 00 



999 79 



3,574 06 



1,500 00 



3,652 50 



4,268 76 



2,825 21 



4,205 70 



3,212 17 



72,953 23 



174 



DETAIL8 OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Harbors and lllvcrs. 



Brought forward 

New Brunswick — Continued. 
<!rande Anse— Concluded. 

J. Ewing, salary 

G. W. Day, rodman , 

Travelling expenses 

Boat 

Hardware . 

Knees ! 

Freight 



Shippegan : — 

Pay-lists ... 

Brush 

Piles 

Ballast 

Timber v 

Sundries 

Hardware 

Stone , 

G. A. Brown, salary. 
J. Ew-ing do ., 

Cartage 

Travelling expenses.. 



Buctouche : — 

V. Bourque, contract 

G. A. Girouard, inspector 

Advertising 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services, preparing drafts of contract and 

security bonds... 

Queen's Printer , 



Quaco :— 

Advertising. 



$ cts. 



2,532 39 



120 00 


40 50 


39 51 


8 00 


5 09 


5 00 


4 95 


2,241 25 


850 36 


401 05 


191 50 


155 00 


99 22 


77 60 


33 00 


308 00 


60 00 


54 00 


20 66 


, 


1,800 00 


185 00 


62 72 


10 00 


2 83 



Total 



Maritime Provinces Generally : — 

Pay-lists 

Extra clerks (see statement at end of Public Works— Income). 

Timber , 

Travelling expenses 

Hardware 

Ballast 

Piles..... 

Brush 

Pickets 

Removing snags 

E P. Sbewan, salary 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



J. C. Allison 
John Welsh 
E. G. Millidge 
J. B. Hegan 
W. B. Snow 
G.A.Day 
A. Hackett 
J. E. Mullin 

Boat hiie 

Freight 

Telegrams 

Drawing board 

Stamps 

Water , 

Printing 

Queen's Printer 



Carried forward 



3,544 83 


1,903 93 


1,188 18 


984 61 


703 46 


166 55 


60 00 


40 00 


8 00 


250 00 


532 00 


400 00 


257 50 


381 13 


203 10 


379 00 


39 00 


60 00 


102 50 


147 00 


7 75 


10 01 


6 00 


12 00 


5 64 


20 00 


14 20 



12,426 39 



II 



HARBORS AND RIVERS. 



r?5 



Harbors and Rivers. 



Brought forward 



{Maritime Provinces, Generally — Concluded. 

Plans 

Sundries 

Advertising 

Thos. Reed, contract 



(fcneoec : — 

New Carlisle : — 

.Pay-lists 

Timber 



Troifs Pistoles 
Pay-lists... 



Riviere du Loup (en bas) : — 
Aikman & Wardle, contract. 

Timber 

Pay-lists 

W. F. Gouin, services 

Travelling expenses, 



Extra clerks, translating. 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer 



River Saguenay, below Chicoutimi :- 

Pay-lists 

Hardware 

J. Rosa, services 

Donkey engines 

Diving dresses 

Freight 



River Saguenay — La Grande Decharge: — 

Pay-lists 

Machinery 

Freight 

J. Rosa, services. .., 



River Saguenay — Lake St. John Surveys:- 

Pay-lists 

Tbos. Breen, services 

Travelling expenses ... 



Baie St. Paul : — 

Pay-lists 

Hardware. 

Simon Cimon, salary. 
Travelling expenses ... 



St. 



fjawrence — Removal of Chains, Anchors, Boulders, #c. : — 

J. Roche, wintering and repairs or lifting barge 

Pay-lists , 

Capt. Gigure, salary 

Hardware 

Canvas 

Engine s 

Coal 

Wintering barge , 

Iasurance premiums 

Board ,. 

Travelling expenses 



River Nicolet— Harbor of Refuge : — 

R. P. Cooke & Co., contract 

Pay-lists........... 

C. E. Michaud, assistant engineer. 



cts. 



11,426 39 



8 00 

18 00 

41 80 

723 00 



8,257 13 
769 40 



8,500 00 
481 68 
518 25 
126 25 
285 75 

37 50 
138 60 

10 15 



5,391 49 

324 08 

279 16 

953 10 

90 00 

45 14 



4,828 69 

58 07 

2 30 

107 23 




Carried forward. 



439 02 
600 00 
410 71 



7,790 02 

4,336 05 

529 14 

237 79 

40 00 
401 66 
166 25 

40 00 
300 00 
360 00 

45 70 



28,770 00 

1,875 09 

350 67 



$ cts-- 



12,217 19 

9,026 53 
1,499 87 



10,093 18 



7,082 97 



4,996 29 



3,9S3 23 



11,988 10 



14,246 61 



30,995 76 



175 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Harbors and Rivers. 



$ cts. 



"Brought forward 



Quebec — Continued. 
River Yamaaka: — 

Pay-lists , 

Stone 

Land purchased 

Extra clerks (see statement at end ot Public Works - 

J. 0. Dion, services . 

0. E Michaud, services , 

H. Abbott, legal services re expropriation of land... 

E. A. Barnard, expenses valuing land 

Freight 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer 

Travelling expenses .- 



-Income). 



7,161 16 

1,970 00 

654 00 

595 20 

100 CO 

187 80 

75 00 

80 00 

39 86 

116 73 

35 69 

54 80 



St. Zotique : — 

Pay-lists 

Travelling expenses. 



4,531 86 
12 79 



Riviere du Licure : — 

Lumber 

Floating stp.ge 

Hardware 

Travelling expenses. 



226 65 

175 00 

27 15 

119 70 



Philipsburg Harbor, Lake Champlain:- 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising: 



27 15 
5 64 



General Repairs and Improvements : — 

G. O. Tyler, work on Yamachiche River. 

Pay-lists 

Travelling expenses 

J E. Boyd, salary 

Sundry services 

Diving dress 

Removing rock 

Hardware ..... 

Extra clerk, making maps 

Building shed 

Stationery 

Rev. A. McD. Dawson, translating 

Leather bags 

Rent 

Sundries , 



3,000 CO 

2,201 69 

1,282 52 

1,250 00 

1,206 21 

478 25 

125 00 

81 83 

59 00 

54 19 

37 98 

25 65 

7 00 

4 00 

2 20 



Etang du Nord: — 

Pay-lisls 

Hardware 

Lumber 

Freight 

F. X. Pare, services. 



8,515 45 

950 20 

751 22 

240 00 

50 00 



St. 



% 



Francois, Inland of Orleans :— 

Pay-lists 

Timber 

Travelling expenses 



Quebec Marint Hospital Wharves .— 

Pay-lists 

Extra clerk, translating specifications. 
Travelling expenses 



4,483 49 

1,549 08 

43 70 



2,019 22 

12 0) 

8 50 



Malane Pier:— 

Pay-lists. 

Hardware 

Travelling expenses. 



4,965 IS 
72 36 

51 27 



Canied forward. 



n 



HARBORS AND RIVERS. 



m 

3 



Harbors and Rivers. 



Brought forward 



Qnebcc — Continued. 
Isle Aux Coudres : — 

H. Penaud, A. Dufour & Alie, contract. 

Pay-lists ... « 

Hardware 

Travelling expenses 



Btrthier (en has) :— 

E. P. Bender, services , 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services preparing 

security bonds ■ 

Advertising... 

Queen's Printer 



drafts of contract and 



Riviere Blanche : — 

Pay-lists 

Hardware 

Travelling expenses. 



Chicoutimi Pier: — 

Pay-lists - 

J. Rosa, services , 

Biver St. Louis : — 

Pay-lists...., 

Purchase of dam and water power 

E. H. Bisson, legal services, re purchase of land. 
H. Abbott do do 

J. K. Elliott do do 

Board 

Travelling expenses 

Oil and grease , 

Paints 

Cartage 

E. Lebouf, caretaker 



Less— Refund, mill sold. 



Zianoraie : — 

Advertising 

Travelling expenses, ...... 

Extra clerk, translating specifications , 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services, preparing drafts of contract and 

security bonds , 

Queen's Printer ^. 



Terci:— 

C. H. Burnham, contract. 
Extra clerk, translating..., 
Queen's Printer , 



Jliver Baiisean : — 

Joseph Reynar, dredging. 
P. Gravel, inspector 



Queen's Wharf, Quebec ;— 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer 



JBic Pier:— 

Taking soundings 

Extra clerk, translating . , 

Travelling „ 

Queen's Printer 



Carried forward. 
5—12 



% cts. 



500 00 

636 40 

25 38 

6 00 



396 96 

10 00 

107 42 

8 55 



20 00 
22 50 



1,737 11 
8 00 



4,094 98 
9,000 00 
54 95 
27 00 
83 40 
47 75 
39 55 
34 34 
19 27 
16 65 
15 00 



13,432 89 
4,000 00 



139 77 

32 50 

19 50 

10 00 

6 38 



1,500 00 
7 50 
7 50 



1,883 92 
116 05 


181 56 
9 29 



69 15 

8 25 

140 28 

8 73 



$ cts. 



143,645 86 



1,167 78 

522 93 

5,150 00 

1,745 11 



9,432 89 



208 15 

1,515 00 

1,999 97 

190 85 

226 41 



165,804 95 



178 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



IS arbors ami Rivers. 



Brought forward 



-Quebec — Continued. 

River St. Francis: 
Pay-lists 



Lake Megamic Piers: — 
Pay-lists 



Wharf at BriJge across Richelieu River: — 

P. K. Rogers, contract 

\Y. L. Cameron, inspector 

Travelling expenses. 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal expenses, preparing drafts of contract and 

security bonds 

Advertising 

Extra clerk, translating 

Queen's Printer 



St. Jean a 1 Orleans, to protect Lighthouse : — 
Travelling expenses 



Hicer Ottcwa— Removal of Bars at Bristol and Portage du Fori 

D. Cowley, di edging ...... 

H. Mulligan, inspector 



Sault aux Cochnns : — 

Simon Cimon, services. 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer 



Pointe aux Orignaux: — 

Pay-lists 

Lumber 

Hardware. 



Barachois de Malbaie and Mouth of Newport River : — 

Pay-lists 

Queen's Printer 



lie aux Grues : — 

E. P. Bender, services , 

Lumber 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services, preparing drafts of contract and 

security bonds 

Hardware 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer 

Extra clerk, translating 

Chenal du Moine : — 

Eli Not m. and, contract « 

T. Berlinqnet, engineer 

J. H, iJilJette, inspector 

Disbursements 

Extra clerk, translating 

Photographs 

Advertising 



■St. AtphGnse Pier :— 

Pay-lists 

Hardware , 

J. Ico.a, services., 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



3,050 00 
224 60 
110 40 


10 00 

101 66 

12 00 

7 78 



1,815 00 
192 50 


2,007 I 

464 8 

4,499 € 
993 1 


384 59 

75 90 

4 31 


3,378 14 

1,000 77 

120 75 


936 04 
7 70 


936 03 
31 45 


10 00 
3 03 

10 00 

132 16 

8 06 

15 00 


1,145 7 


2.434 00 

760 11 

141 00 

100 63 

19 50 

8 00 

36 21 


3,499 4 


3,129 49 
42 11 
53 75 


3,225 3 




. 



HARBORS AND RIVERS. 



nt* 



Harbors and Rivers. 



Brought forward 



Quebec — Continued. 

Three Rivers Harbor: — 

Pay-lists, labor, &c 

Sundry disbursements. 

Hardware 

Travelling expenses..., 

Towage , 

Boats 

Coal 

Lots purchased 

Lumber 

Furniture 



Toli 



St. Jean Port 

Pay-lists > 

Lumber 

E. P. Bender, services aud disbursements. 

Travelling expenses.... 

Towage, 

Ladder 

Storage „ 



River Ottawa — Improvement of Channel at Calumet 

Dredging , 

Wood ,. 

Hardware 

Repairs , 



Carleton Pier : — 
Pay-lists , 



Arise St. Jean Pier : — 

Joseph ilosa, to pay disbursements. 

Cap a TJAigle: — 

Tremblay, Savard & Alie, contract, 



Total. 

Ontario : — 

Cobourg Harbor : — 

J. Waddell, contract 

J. W. Dinwoodie, contract ... , 

Brown & Co., labor and materials. 

Pay-lists, labor, &c 

Timber. 

Hardware 

Boats and boat hire 

Stone 

Grain 

L, Coste, services as engineer, 

J. McOougkey, inspector , 

W. Gliddon, labor , 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising , , 

Queen's Printer., 



contract 



Port Hope Harbor: — 

Timber 

Pay-lists, , 

McNeely & Water 

Stone , 

Hardware...... c ..„ ,....,.... 

Travelling expenses, , 

T. P. Janes, engineer 

L. Coste do 

Extra clerks. (See statement at end of Public Works— Income). 



5-12* 



Carried fo: ward 



$ cts, 



G,4M 87 

592 GO 

460 11 

281 22 

500 00 

252 00 

162 50 

80 70 

44 20 

18 00 



2,569 26 

1,889 30 

2*7 33 

69 50 

40 00 

10 00 

8 00 



564 37 

77 05 

7 75 

5 50 



1,530 00 

7,200 00 

1,408 00 

1,116 98 

805 77 

703 17 

188 80 

100 00 

40 00 

573 00 

789 46 

24 50 

200 25 

166 06 

4 25 



3,693 60 

3,234 90 

3,161 61 

1,995 08 

215 76 

331 85 

282 CO 

162 00 

449 65 



$ cts. 



189,833 44 



8,848 20 



4,833 39 

454 67 

112 83 

348 14 
345 00 



204,775 67 



14,850 24 



13,526 45 



28,376 6a 



180 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1833-4. 



Harbors and Rivers. 



$ Ct3. 



Brought forward 



Ontar io — On n tin ued . 
Toronto Harbor: — 

Cooke & Jones, contract 

Pay-lists, labor, &c 

Travelling expenses 

Extra clerks. (See statement at end of Public Works- 



-Tncorae).. 



Rondeau Harbor : — 

James Murray, dredging. 
Pay-lists 

T. J. Arnoldi, inspector.. 
Travelling expenses. 



Kinardine Harbor: — 

Pay-lists 

Piles 

Timber 

C. R. Barker, inspector. 

Labor 

Travelling expenses... . 
Teaming 



JPort Elgin : — 

Sutton & McKnight, contract. 

Pay-lists 

H. A. Gray, "engineer , 

J. A. Chapman, inspector 



Goderich Harbor: — 

Pay-li3ts 

Piles and poles. 

Timber 

Stone 

Hardware , 

W. Stickney, services. 
J. Addison, inspector. 
Travelling expenses... 



Collingwood Harbor : — 

Fleming, Lindsay & Burdette, contract. 

Robert Reed, contract. 

J. D. Silcox do ..... 

A. Dudgeon, inspector 

E. 0. Wheeler do • 

Advertising 

Travelling expenses 

Queen's Printer 



Wiarton Harbor : — 

David Porter, contract.. 
H. A. Gray, engineer.... 
W. Stickney, inspector., 



Meajord Harbor : — 

P. Larkin, contract.... 
Robert Reed do .... 
M. Robinson, inspector. 
Pay-lists 



Kingston Harbor :— 

Pay-lists 

T. F. Allen, repairing scows 

W. B. & S. Anglin, for use of tug. 

Labor 

John Paul, inspector , 



249,660 00 

2,928 85 

591 75 

182 55 



4,369 50 
685 30 
181 50 
188 02 



4,302 44 

1,210 50 

834 70 

280 00 

139 50 

36 75 

25 80 



6,280 46 

1,533 64 

288 75 

200 00 



2,772 12 

2,310 71 

1,230 96 

260 00 

112 97 

125 00 

39 70 

8 70 



14,350 00 

9,360 00 

5,833 75 

593 CO 

374 00 

218 15 

65 50 

7 87 



20,770 00 
326 42 
245 00 



1,500 00 

7,869 00 

280 28 

213 00 



6,978 90 
378 23 
100 00 
346 00 
366 00 



Carried forward, 



HARBORS AND RIVERS. 



181 



Harbors and Stivers. 



Brought forward 



i Carlo— Cotinued* 
Little Current : — 

Pay-lists 

A. P. Kilgaunon, engineer. 

Dynamite M 

Stationery , 



General Repairs ani Improvements, Ontario : — 

Extra clerks (see statement at end of Public Works— Income). 

Pay-lists 

H. A. Gray, engineer 

John McHugh, contract 

C. Lappan, inspector 

F. M. Hamel, engineer 

G. A. Austin do 

Thos. Guerin do 

E. D. Lafleur do - 

Advertising 

Travelling expenses 



King sville Harbor:— 

Geo. J. Wilson, contract , , 

Mrs. W. Malot, for pier purchased , , 

Extra clerks (see statement at end of Public Works — Income). 

Pay-lists tor labor .., 

J. Stockwell, inspector 

Coal 

Hardware 

H. A. Gray, engineer 

Srone 

Oil 

Board and provisions 

Sundries and repairs 

Sundry disbursements 

Wood 



River Sydenham : — 

Pay-list 

Services of engineer's branch. 

do mechanical do . 

Travelling expenses 



Newcastle Harbor : — 

Munson & Rowe, contract. 
W. Wilson do 

J. J. Robson, inspector 

F. Gibson, timekeeper , 

Advertising 



Chantry Island : — 

Pay-lists 

EL A. Gray, engineer. 



Little Bear Creek :— 

Chatham Dredging Co. contract. 
J. Northwood, inspector...- 



Peterborough, Dredging : — 

Pay-lists.. 

H. Calcutt, services of steamer 

Morpe th Harbor :— 

J. E. Askwith, contract.. >^ 

G. H. Sexsmith, inspector 

Hon J. Armstrong, legal services, preparing drafc of contract and 
security bonds 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



9,404 32 
684 00 
310 00 

22 74 



3,936 99 

2,225 00 

1,770 29 

1,500 00 

632 50 

240 00 

170 50 

200 00 

199 00 

186 79 

100 00 



11,931 54 

1,800 00 

1,451 24 

867 75 

790 00 

420 18 

248 60 
245 26 

98 92 
95 57 

249 63 
130 41 

39 65 
13 50 



6,180 45 

213 45 

188 05 

22 15 



8,720 00 

2,980 00 

835 00 

108 00 

60 03 



1,721 94 
623 36 



4,944 50 
222 50 



5,400 00 
137 50 

10 00 

5 ; 547 50 



$ cts. 



379,331 96 



10,421 OS 



11,061 or 



18,392 25 
6,604 10 

12,703 OS 
2,345 30 
5,167 00) 
2,894 8T 

448,920 64, 



182 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1833-4. 



n 



Harbors anil Hirers, 



Brought forward 

Ontario — Continued. 

Morpeth Harbor— Concluded. 

Advertising 

Queen's Printer 



I! Orignal Wharf : — 

Pay-lists 

Lumber 

Hardware 

LSinith work 

Travelling expenses 



Belleville Harbor ; — 

C. A. Munson, dredging , 

Travelling expenses 

F. Clarke, inspector 

Advertising and Queen's Printer. 



Southampton : — 

Pay-lists , 

W. Smith, inspector , 

Hardware 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services preparing drafts of contract and 

security bonds , 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising ,. 

Queen's printer 



Owen Soun I :— 

P. Laikin, dredging 

J. Stundeu, inspector 

C. Fox, inspector 

Miller, Cox & Yale, costs of arbitration, 



Ottawa Rioer, Removal of Boulders at the Narrows above Pembroke 

F. M. Hamel, services as engineer , 

W. J. Poupore, removing boulders 

Pay-lists , 

Travelling expenses ,... 

J. Druin, inspector , 

Hai dware 

Extra clerk 



$ cts. 



5,547 50 



216 20 
4 33 



3,230 00 

1,718 17 

221 36 

108 90 

53 47 



4,655 00 

208 65 

62 50 

89 77 



1,215 86 

122 50 

72 00 

10 00 

50 00 

133 76 

3 46 



6,112 50 
209 25 
152 90 
108 40 



Ccnsecon : — 

A. R. Munson, dredging. 
J. Slattery, inspector 



Thornbury Harbor: — 

Pay-list3 

Hardware 

Extra clerks (see statement 

Robert Reed, contract 

Timber 

Piles 

N Mc°olraan, inspector.... 

Sundry disbursements 

Travelling expenses 

Advertising , , 



at end of Public Works — Income). 



Whitby Harbor:— 

W Wilson, dredging .. 
D. Galbraitk, inspector. 



Port Al Sert :— 

Pay-lists 

Extra clerks (see statement at end of Public Work3- 



-Income). 



Total. 



300 71 

360 00 

298 27 

112 01 

87 88 

27 00 

22 00 



2,880 00 
132 85 



3,286 29 

5!0 00 

553 67 

1,141 00 

595 09 

835 84 

65 00 

32 10 

28 25 

3 00 



2,128 00 
222 50 


400 00 
66 50 



11 



HABBORS AND RIVERS. 



183 



Harbors and Ki vers. 



M Frirtce Arthur's landing-— 

Harbor Improvements: — 

Extra clerk. (See statement at end of Public Works— Income). 

Advertising , 

Travelling expenses 

H. Gray, engineer 

Labor. ., , 

•Sundry disbursements .» 

Boat hire 

Telegrams , , 

Queen's Printer .. 



Manitoba — 

Med River : — 



il 



Pay-lists 

The North- West Navigation Co., use of steamer " Margaret " . , 

Hardware - 

Cordwood 

Blankets, quilts, &c 

Oil and grease 

Yawl \ 

Furniture ,«.«* , 

Hose 

Provisions , 

L. Coste, services as engineer 

Removing expenses to Manitoba,... 

Travelling expenses . s 



General Repairs and Improvements : — 

Louis Coste, for disbursements.... 

Hugh Sutherland do in 1879. 

Travelling expenses ,. 

David Scott, travelling expenses 



Assiniboine River : — 

A. Tait, compensation fjr scow lost. 



Worth-West Territories — 

River Saskatchewan : — 

C. J. Brydges, for Hudson Bay Co. (details to be furnished) 

British Columbia — 

General Hepnirs and Improvements, British Columbia: — 

Extra clerks. (See statement at end of Public Works— Income), 

Upper Frotser River, Cottonwood Canycn : — 

Removing rock...^ 

Salaries .... , , 

Advertising. „, 

Level and compass -..,.. 

Drake & Jackson, legal services 

Stationery « , 



Victoria Harbor :■— 

Removing rock 

Wages- 

Hire of boats 

Hardware „ 

Survey 

Lumber .., 

Chandlery 

Piles ..., 

Oars 

Pile driver 

Repairing platform. 



Vowich >n and Kootenay Rivers Improvements , 

Wages 

Hardware , 



Carried forward, 



$ cts. 



517 00 

491 35 

385 65 

124 00 

85 ,75 

68 75 

11 50 

10 98 

3 74 



5,630 23 

2,400 00 

758 83 

625 13 

147 36 

160 50 

117 00 

56 85 

12 45 

5 CO 

240 00 

200 00 

513 05 



500 00 
65 71 
22 40 

195 80 



9,137 60 

566 17 

113 15 

19 50 

14 00 

4 00 



$ cts. 



1,698 72 



2,504 40 

2,208 43 

144 10 

91 57 

100 CO 

86 31 

79 28 

24 50 

24 19 

15 CO 

15 00 



1,698 89 
111 65 

1,810 54 



783 91 
3,000 00 



14,650 31 



14,000 00 



599 17 



9,854 42 



5,292 73 



15,746 37 



184 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4, 



It 



Harbors and Rivera. 



Brought forward 



British Columbia— Concluded. 

Cowichan and Kootenay River Improvements — Concluded* 

Travelling expenses , 

Canoe hire 



Lilloet River: — 

Wages 

Supplies. 

Use of tools. 



Naas River : — 

Removing snags. 



Harbors and Rivers Generally — 

Extra clerks. (See statement at end of Public Works— Income). 

Thos. Breen, engineer 

B. D. Lafleur do 

G. F. Austin do , 

Hon. J. Armstrong, preparing deeds, security bonds, &c 

Instruments , 

Travelling expenses 

Queen's Printer 

Pens, 3 dozen boxe3, at $30 



Mounting plans 

Petty disbursements. 



$ Ct3. 



1,810 54 



28 00 
5 00 


425 00 

68 00 

7 00 



4,257 90 

341 00 

201 50 

170 50 

105 00 

575 00 

161 47 

145 59 

90 00 

59 00 

32 50 

3 60 



$ eta. 



15,746 37 

1,843 54 

500 00 
113 00 



18,202 91 



6,143 06 



11 



DREDGING. 



185 



Rredglng-. 



Wew I»red»ins Plant:— 

Pound .Manufacturing Co , Lockport, N.Y. , dredge machinery. 

Morgan k Sutton, Lockport, N.T., dredge hulls 

R. T. Sutton, machinery , 

Pay-lists 

Timber — * 

A. Miller, building scows 

Hardware and blacksmithing 

Paint and painting 

Askwith & Neville, work on dredge 

Freight 

M. Charlton, services 

Farrar k Treft, wheel for dredge. , , 

D. K. Porueroy, ship-knees , 

Canvas 

Sundry disbursements 

Preparing models 

Cartage , 

Commission , 

W. M.Smith, services 

Travelling expenses M . , 

Diving dress 



Side lights.. 
Advertising 



w Dredging- Plant, Manitoba : — 

Pound Manufacturing Co., Lockport, N.Y., dredge machinery.... 

Morgan & Sutton, Lockport, N.Y., dredge hulls 

J- R. Arnoldi, to pay freight, &c. 



Waterous Sngine Co., work on dredge 

M. Charlton, services 

Travelling expenses 

Lumber 

Hardware 

Commission 



Less— Refunds. 



•gr Boat, British Columbia: — 

Construction of snag boat , 

Hardware for do 

Steam winch , , 

Advertising , 

Wages 

Coal 

Casks 

Oil ., 

Sacks for coal 

Clocks 

Drayapre „ , 

Photographs , 



Bdg-e Vessels— Repairs: — 

Hardware 

Pay-lists and repairs , 

Pound Manufacturing Co., machinery. 

Lumber 

Provisions and board 

Travelling expenses 

Royalty on bucket door , 

Pumpa „.., 

Slippage 

Hauliug. , 

Aekwith & Neville, work on dredge. . 

Calking 

Painting , 



Carried forward 23,883 €7 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



20,650 00 




19,710 00 




4,000 00 




3,474 70 




2,7L'0 02 




1,850 00 




983 16 




480 86 




444 00 




294 90 




229 83 




227 50 




129 50 




70 87 




64 75 




60 00 




61 50 




58 48 




50 00 




46 80 




45 00 




19 00 




10 00 




4 00 






65,684 87 




19,709 87 




11,016 45 




12,011 92 




624 81 




309 60 




493 17 




148 06 




71 25 




18 65 




44,403 78 




1,606 72 






42,797 OS 




14,093 75 




2,051 16 




700 00 




77 50 




40 00 




39 55 




32 50 




7 50 




4 80 




7 75 




3 <0 




13 00 






17,070 51 




11,429 04 




8,156 49 




1,767 55 




860 15 




265 31 




218 05 




200 00 




124 50 




126 93 




123 25 




350 00 




165 39 




113 01 





115,552 44 



186 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Dredging-. 



Brought forward 



Dredge Vessels— Repairs— Concluded. 

Sundries 

Freight 

Chandlery 

Testing hollers 

Towing 

Use of boat 

Telegrams , 

Furniture - 

Drake & Jackson, legal services , 

Oil cloth 

Hose 

Wood 



Dredging, Maritime Provinces :- 

Pay-lists- 

Towage 

Coal 

Provisions 

Stores and supplies 

Water 

Travelling expenses 

Freight 

Pilotage 

Oil 

Hardware 

Postage and telegrams 

Wharfage 

Printing 

Testing boilers 

Stationery 

Carpenter work 

Furniture 

Advertising., 

Barcineter 

Lumber 

Sundries 

Oakum , , 

Diving v. 



% cts. 



23,889 67 



Dredging, Ontario : — 

Pay-lists. , 

Jamea Murray, dredging , 

Extra clerks. (See statement at end of Public Works — Income). 

Hardware , 

Coal 

Board and provisions 

J. McAllister, caretaker < 

Travelling expenses » 

T. Slattery. inspector „ , 

W. B. Snow, engineer 

Oil and grease 

Wood , 

Boats , 

Dockage. 

Mounting plans 

Sundry disbursements 

Fenders , 

Hose , 

Clocks , 

W. M. Owen, inspector- 



Dredging, Quebec: — 

Paid tor services of dredges 

Pay-lists ... 

Extra clerks. (See statement at end of Public Works— Income). 



Carried forward. 



110 38 


326 15 


81 66 


56 10 


56 11 


56 25 


41 64 


33 00 


22 00 


16 CO 


13 00 


12 75 


29 419 96 


18,445 25 


3,289 59 


2,826 13 


1,343 78 


1,067 65 


847 20 


725 44 


617 22 


233 50 


216 85 


208 91 


102 51 


75 70 


54 00 


48 19 


38 75 


25 75 


16 85 


20 00 


14 46 


14 05 


16 00 


4 50 


5,770 49 


3 5 >3 50 


1,380 50 


608 13 


382 00 


247 35 


181 3'J 


164 34 


130 00 


105 00 


98 00 


70 00 


67 40 


40 00 


31 25 


29 09 


16 6J 


12 01 


11 ('0 


7 50 


10 636 87 


6 617 90 


165 91 


17.410 6-< 



DREDGING. 



181 



Dredging. 



Brought forward 



Dredging, Quebec — Concluded. 

Coal , 

Labor 

Services of caretakers 

Hardware 

Oil and grease 

0. Ren^aud, inspector 

Travelling expenses .... , w 

Sundry disbursements 

Hire of boats 

Towage , , 

Sundry repairs 

Board , 

Hon. L. R. Church, legal services. 

Furniture. 

Wood 

Stone. 

Clocks 

Pump 

Cartage 



Dredging-, British Columbia : — 

Wages 

Wood and coal 

Provisions „ , 

Hardware 

Ship chandlery 

Water 

Painting 

Oil 

Stairs for snag boat 

Pumps... 

Furniture 

Freight , 

Advertising 

Postage, &c 

Drilling rock 



Dredging— G en era! Service : — 

Extra clerks. (See statement at end of Public Works— Income, 

Travelling expenses „.... 

Telegrams • „. 

Stationery 

Queen' a Printer , 

Freight 

Paintinsr 



Total, Dredging. 




17,410 68 



972 

313 

372 

242 

205 

192 

306 

213 

79 

78 

67 

64 

31 

29 

16 

10 

10 

7 

4 



$ CtS.. 



212,844 95 





ay,\j±*j WJ 


9,186 52 




2.291 40 




2,184 08 




6S6 40 




123 06 




96 00 




59 25 




eo 74 




36 12 




20 00 




20 50 




18 00 




36 00 




10 75 




4 00 






14,822 88 


2,005 85 




1,275 18 




400 93 




76 62 




40 61 




13 02 




3 50 






3,815 71 





188 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1833-4. 



11 



Slides, Roads, Telegraphs, Ac. 



Slides and Booms : — 

Pay-lists 

J. A. Robitaille, contract 

John Harvey do 

Lumber 

Flour 

Dualin 

Hardware 

Stone 

J. Rosa, services and disbursements. 

Supplies. 

Teaming 

Brick chimney 



Total, Slides and Booms. 

Roads and Bridges : — 

Bridge at Des Joachims Rapids : — 

Starrs, Herbert & O'Hanly, contract . 

Travelling expenses 

F. Townson, inspeetor 

Pay-lists 

Hardware 

Boat 

Stationery 

Freight .. 



Trails, Bridges, $c, North-West Territories:— 

Labor 

Provisions 

Hire of horses , , 

Extra clerks. (See statement at end of Public Works- 



Income). 



Union Suspension Bridge, Ottawa: — 

Pay-lfcts 

Hardware 

Lumber 



Total 

Telegraphs : — 

Land and Cable Telegraph Linos for the Sea Coasts and Islands of 

the Lower Rivers and Gulf of St. Lawrence and Maritime 

Provinces, viz. : — 

Repairing Cable between Mainland and Grand Manan : — 

Sir Chas. Tupper, to pay tor cables 

To connect Pointe des Mont 8 with the Telegraph Line constructed 
and in operation along the North Shore of the St. Lawrence by 
Cables and Land Lines, and towards extension of Land Lines oj 
River Moise : — 

Telegraph apparatus and supplies..., 

Poles and inspecting poles 

Sir Chas. Tupper, to pay for cables 

Construction of line 

Wire > -, 

Sundry disbursements 

Labor 

Lumber 

Provisions .- ...... 

Hire of schooner 

F. N. Oisborne, salary .. « 

Advertising 

Freight 

Boat sails , 

Hardware..,., , 

Furniture , 

Travelling expenses 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services, re contracts , 



Carried forward. 



% cts. 



11,256 58 


1,600 00 


948 96 


3,407 50 


663 44 


618 07 


586 47 


701 40 


342 82 


89 44 


21 90 


21 00 



24,430 00 

1,460 74 

720 82 

88 94 

37 22 

27 00 

5 50 

2 25 



698 94 
550 59 
433 00 

87 00 



876 13 

59 69 

6 74 



2,622 15 

3,751 03 

8,175 99 

1,250 00 

762 92 

2,715 56 

943 61 

633 54 

505 72 

261 00 

208 33 

172 25 

143 35 

88 90 

85 55 

67 50 

25 00 

20 00 



$ cts. 



20,257 68 



26,772 4T 



1,769 53 



942 56 
29,484 66 



462 33 



22,432 46 
"22^894 73 



SLIDES, ROADS, TELEGRAPHS, &C. 



189 



81U!e», Roads, Telegraphs, Ac. 



Brought forward 



Telegraphs — Continued. 

Telegraph Line, Chatham to Escuminae : — 

Cedar poles 

Advertising 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services, re contract for poles 

Telegraph Lines Manitoba and North-West Territories : — 
Prince Arthur 1 s Landing vid Winnipeg and Qu 1 Appelle Static 
Junction to British Columbia : — 

A. McConnell, contract 

Telegraphic supplies , 

F. N. Gisborne, salary , 

Travelling expenses 

Extra clerk, making plans 



Telegraph Line, Saskatchewan to Prince Albert : — 

Andrew McConnell, contract 

Telegraph wire , 

F. N. Gisborne, salary 

A. Sproat, making map, $24 ; paid men, $6 ... 



Telegraph Lines, British Columbia, viz : 

New Submarine Cable Route between Vancouver Island and Wash- 
ington Territory vid Victoria and Point Angelos, or land route 
from Victoria, to Cape Beale vid San Juan Harbor, with cable, 
thence to Neeah Harbor, Cape Flattery, Washington Territory : 

Sir Charles Tupper, to pay for cables 

O. F. Rogers, cable jointer's tools 



$ cts. 



TePgraph Line from a Point cpposite New Westminster to Ladner's 
Landing :— 

Building telfgraph line 

Services of steamer "Sir James Douglas" 

Brackets for new line 



Signal 






Service Generally, including Cape Sable connection with 
Barrington, Nova Scotia : — 
Building line r 

F. N. Gisborne, salary 

G. E. Desbarats, for maps 

Sir Chas. Tupper, expense of self and Private Secretary, attend- 
ing cable convention at Paris 

J. U. Gregory, services forwarding supplies (under 0. C ) 

Instruments , 

Labor 

Wire 

R. T. Clinch, services. 

Travelling expenses , 

Disbursements 

Extra clerks. (See statement at end of Public Works— Income) 

Stationery 

Queen's Printer m 



Total. 



Jiscellancons — 

Miscellaneous works not otherwise provided for : — 

Hubert & Carrier, contract 

Pay-lists 

J. Northwood, compensation for damage to a mill 

J. E. Askwith, for shed 

Travelling expenses 

J. Jobin, clerk of works .... 

S. Morash, building barn 

L. Lemieux, remuneration for closing of bridge 4 months. 



Carried forward, 



707 50 

149 28 

JO 00 



2,031 07 

827 44 

208 33 

69 75 

32 00 



,892 24 

851 22 

208 33 

30 00 



7,786 67 
98 95 



9S6 50 
136 46 

43 60 



2,040 00 
833 36 
381 00 

316 33 

150 00 

117 45 

63 00 

44 71 

30 00 

25 40 

5 10 

169 80 

88 03 

295 01 



2,200 00 

2,174 58 

3,000 00 

780 00 

519 34 

318 00 

160 00 

40 00 

9,191 92 



$ cts. 



22,894 73 



866 78 



3,168 59 



4, £81 79 



7,885 62 



1,171 46 



4,559 19 
45,528 16 



190 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Miscellaneous. 



Brought forward 



Miscellaneon« — Continued. 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services, resale Dundasand Waterloo road 
Advertising ,. 



Less refund of Logan's security 



Surveys and Inspections : — 

Pay-lists 

Services and disbursements of engineers 

Repoit on Lake Temiscamingueand tiiver Ottawa 

Travelling expenses 

Stationery 

Extra clerks (see statement at end of Public Works — Income).. 

Sundry disbursements 

Instruments 

Camping outfit 

Provisions 

Hardware , 

Queen's Printer 

Sheeting - , 

Subscription to papers. 

Mounting map3 

Boat hire 

J. Armstrong, legal services, re dismissal of C. E. McNaugaton. 

Rent 

Express ani cartage 



Arbitrations and Anards:—(See also page 135.) 

James Cowan, salary 

Hon. J. Buchanan do 

H. Mama do 

Chas. Thibault do 

Telegi.-ani3 . 



Military Works ani Builling?, Nova Scotia :■ 

Halifnx drill shed, repairs 

Painting , 

Services of architect 



New Brunswick : — 

Fredericton Military Buildings, services of architect. 
St. John Drill Shed, repairs 

Painting 

Services of architect 

Inspecting works 



Qu-bfc : — 

Quebec Military Buildings, repairs. 

Travelling expenses 

Fence 

Carpets 



Montreal Champ de Mars, clerk of works. 
Travelling 



St. Helen's Military Buildings, advertising. 

St John's Batfraoks, travelling expenses 

Port Lennox, pay-list 

Ohambly Forte, pay-lists - 

Freight 

Cement 

J. (j Uion, services. 

Furniture 

Planting trees 



Carried forward. 



1,301 00 
52 50 
97 72 



118 00 

342 20 

234 00 

43 20 

21 75 



790 57 

353 05 

84 69 

70 91 



105 00 
26 75 



1,327 33 

19 80 
95 00 

285 00 
60 00 

20 00 



$ cts. 



9,191 92 



30 00 

£'0 44 



9,312 36 
117 00 



12,874 39 

7,914 65 

200 00 

1,964 43 

1,370 40 

1,543 67 

846 61 

716 19 

511 25 

3S7 04 

193 80 

146 74 

94 74 

33 75 

32 50 

24 25 

10 00 

21 00 

67 20 



1,0G0 00 

250 00 

750 00 

800 00 

18 00 



1,451 22 



759 li 



1,299 25 



131 75 

5 52 

15 00 

144 67 



1,807 13 



5,613 69 J 



PUBLIC WORKS — INCOME. 



191 



Miscellaneous* . 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 

Miscellaneous — Cont in ued. 
Ontario :■■ - 




5,613 69 
37 50 

5,297 67 
104 89 

673 50 
1,217 80 

9,589 72 
317 80 

2,765 58 
913 73 


40,995 9T 






2,873 54 

1,300 72 

322 18 

298 96 

252 62 

8L 55 

119 50 

37 10 

6 50 

89 00 
15 89 




Painting 

Lumber 

Drains .. 

Plumbing. . , 

Repairing roof. 

Charwomen 

Shades 




Ottawa Drill Shed, sidewalk .. . 




Carpets 

Caretaker's house, Nepean Point, Askwith & Neville, 

contract 

Richard Tobia, contract 




373 50 
300 00 

100 00 
690 00 
27 36 
33 15 
6 00 
17 25 
83 00 
40 04 

216 00 

4,039 21 
1,816 53 
780 00 
357 45 
650 00 
776 58 
233 90 
318 25 

217 00 
144 58 

70 60 
54 07 

125 50 
3 05 
3 00 




Cartier Square, Ottawa, 1,000 loads cf earth 




Levelling ground 




Street sprinkling 

Grass seed - 




Cutting grass 

Shade trees 




Labor 

Advertising 

J Black, contract for caretaker s house 

^Kingston Military College and Forts, pav-lists, labor, &c 

Painting « 

Power & Son, architects 




J. Waddell, contract 




S. Jenkins do 

Gas machine fixtures „ 

W. C. and ventilation 




Roofing 

Hose 




Plumbing .. . 

Travelling expenses 

Hardware ... , 

Extra clerks. (See statement at end ot Public 
Works — Income) 




Freight 




Advertising 




Trenton Drill Shed, repairs... 




304 00 
13 80 

1,786 71 

492 63 

262 54 

208 45 

15 25 




Travelling expenses » 




Toronto Forts — 

Drains 




Services of architect 

Fencing, &c 




Labor ; .„„. 

Pumps 








London Military Buildings- - 

Building shed 

Painting 


' 419 73 
310 00 
184 00 




Repairs 














Carried forward 


26,531 S3 


40,993 97 



192 



DETAIL8 OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



miscellaneous. 



Brought forward 



Miscellaneous —Con tinued. 

Manitoba : — 

Fort Osborne — 

Repairs. 

Services of clerk of works 

Whitewashing 

Hardware 



Fort Pelly— 

H. Sutherland, disbursements 

British Columb ia : — 

Powder magazine, painting 

Generally :— 

Extra clerks, copying. (See statement at end of 

Public Works— Income) 

Queen's Printer ,. ... 



Monument to memory of the late Sir G. E. Cartier: — 



L. Hebert, on account of statue. 

Freight 

S. C. McLaughlin, photographs 
Advertising 



Arranging in proper order and transferring to New Books, 
all useful matter, having reference to Works under the 
control of the Department of Public Works — 

Extra clerks. (See statement at end of Public Works 
— Income) 



National Art Gallery:— 

Painting 

L. M. Demers, caretaker. 

Picture frames 

Hardware 

Freight 



Indemnity to W. L. Macauley for losses sustained in the 
erection of hut?, in 1873, at Fort Osborne barracks... 

Fort Duferin, St. John, N.B :— 

Jas. T. Kennedy, contract 

Advertising , 

Hon. J. Armstrong, legal services 

Queen's Printer 



cts. 



372 75 

180 00 

121 50 

39 15 



37 00 
2 30 



Monument to Joseph Brant: — 

Travelling expenses of Thos. Fuller t. 



Residence rf High Commissioner, London, England :— 

Sir Chas. Tupper, High Commissioner of Canada, to enable him to 
pay purchase money of residence, 97 Cromwell Road, London, 
England, and also for furniture, &c 



Fredericton, N.B., Barracks : — 

Hardware 2,633 40 



693 03 

652 00 

33 10 

239 12 

74 00 

53 47 

Pay-lists 8,387 81 



Lumber. 

Fence and drains 

Paper , 

Paint 

Freight 

Sundry disbursements. 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



26,531 88 



713 40 

4,179 46 

18 00 



39 30 


600 00 
56 00 
51 00 
26 45 



190 00 
68 75 
55 55 
33 00 
32 85 



1,350 00 

68 40 

10 00 

2 06 



12,665 93 



124,312 



PUBLIC WORKS — INCOME. 



193 





Miscellaneous, Ac. 




$ cts. 


- 
$ cts. 


1 


Brought forward 

■Iscellaneous — Continued. 

St. John's, Quebec, Barracks: — 

Repairs to roof 


3,535 5t 

4,233 75 

381 60 

663 92 

300 00 

607 05 

3,864 53 

1,213 50 


12,665 93 
14,799 89 

20,872 79 


124,312 25 




Hardware 

Plastering 

Slate 

Painting , 

Partitions and drains 






Labor 

JT. R. Poitras. architect 

Toronto New Forts :— 

J. McGill, contract 






1,900 00 
1,526 00 
2,405 50 
2,215 00 

550 00 
2,971 50 
4,635 45 
1,121 34 
2,750 00 
98 00 

700 00 






A.M. Brown do 






W. Keeler do , ... 

G. Burry do 






Douglas Bros do 




i 


W.J Burroughs do 

F. Donovan do 










k 


Water pipes 

Architect's services 

Total « 








48,338 61 






« 


172,650 86 


to 











901 



5-13 



m 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Public Works Department — Extra Clerks. 



Chief Architect's Staff:— 

W. R. Billings ; 7 months at $100 00 

do - 5 do 112 50 

do extra work M 907 hours at 75 

L. Oharron 366 days at 2 50 

do extra work 413 hoars at 75 

do do 190 do 50 

W. Curran 7 months at $1,000 a year 

do 6 do 1,250 do 



do extra work 



1,217 hours at $ 75 



D. Swart 5 months at 125 00 



do 7 do 

do extra work 871 hours at 



150 00 
75 



H. James 12 months at 125 00 



do extra work 265 hours at 

J. B. Lamb 6 months at 

do - 6 do 

do extra work;..... 571 hours at 

J. Lemoine, extra work 90 do 

JE. A Mara 12 mouths at 

do extra work 445 hours at 

do copying 15 days at 

F. X. Paquet * ..........366 do 

do extra work 416 hours at 

do do 194 do 

G.F. Stalker , 227 days at 

do extra work 84 hours at 

do do 159 do 

F. St. L. F. Taylor * 6 months at 

do 6 do 

do extra work ~ 285 hours at 

do do 96 do 



75 

60 00 

75 00 

75 

50 
80 00 

© 75 

1 50 

2 00 
75 
50 

3 00 
75 

50 

45 00 

60 00 

75 

50 



C. Tresidder 1 month ... 

do 7 days at $ 1 30 

J. J. Warwick 366 days at 1 50 

do extra work 510 hours at 50 

J. W. H. Watts 4 months at 100 00 

do 8 do 125 00 

do extra work 526§ hours at 75 



Jos. Goulet, messenger. 

Total, Chief Architect's Staff. 



Chief Engineer's Draughting Office: — 

Jos. Aube 366 days at 

do extra work 115 hours at 



N. A. Chabot, extra work 
do 



30 



do 
do 



J. McG. Des Rivieres , 143 days at 

do extra work 48 hours at 



Carried forward. 



2 00 
75 

50 
75 

2 00 
75 



$ cts. 



700 00 
562 50 
680 25 



915 00 

309 75 

95 00 

583 31 
520 85 
912 75 

625 00 

1,050 00 

653 25 



1,500 00 
198 75 



360 00 
450 00 
428 25 



960 00 

333 75 

22 50 


732 00 

312 00 

97 00 


681 00 
63 00 
79 50 



270 00 

360 00 

213 75 

48 00 



50 00 
9 10 

549 00 
255 00 



400 00 

1,000 00 

395 00 



732 00 
86 25 

15 00 
51 00 



286 00 
36 00 



PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT. 



195 



Public Works Department— Extra Clerks. 



Brought forward 

Chief Engineer's Draughting Office— Concluded. 

S. M Genest 215 days at 

do extra work 92 hours at 

do 21£ do 

J. S. Maloney 200 days at 

R. Matte 13 do 

do extra work 115 hours at 

do do 28 do 

N. Mofette , 184 days at 

do 182 do 

do extra work 115 hours at 

G. E.Perley 181 days at 

do extra work 112 hours at 

J. H.Roy 309 days at 

do extra work 114 hours at 

do do 187£ do 

E.Smith 153 days at 

do 213 do 

do extra work. 107 hours at 

do do 30 do 

do do drawing plans 55 plans at 

do do do 4 do 

do do copying plans 8 do 

do do do 8 do 

A.X.Talbot 351 days at 

U.Valiquet 92 do 

do 274 do 

do extra work , 110 hours at 



1 50 
75 

50 

2 00 

1 05 
75 

50 

1 50 

2 00 
75 

2 50 
75 

2 00 
75 
50 



$ cts. 



322 50 
69 00 
10 75 



13 85 
86 25 

14 00 

276 00 

364 00 

86 25 

452 50 
81 00 



618 00 
85 50 
93 75 



2 CO 

2 50 
75 

50 

3 00 
2 00 
2 00 

1 00 

2 00 

2 50 

3 00 

75 



D. Ladouceur, messenger, 5 months 18 days, at $500 a year. 
J. Robitaille do 3 do at $45. 



Total, Chief Engineer's Branch 



xtra Clerks — 

E.M.Armstrong 108 days at $ 105 

Maurice Baillairge 30 do 2 00 

do 319 hours at 50 



A. Beaupre 30 days at 

V. Belanger 366 do 

do extra work 155 hours at 

Ethel Belford 64^ days at 

E. Belleau 336 do 

L.N. Bertrand 10 do 

P. Boulay 335 hours at 

do 45 pages at 



2 00 
0*60 

1 50 

2 00 
2 00 
50 
15 



306 00 

532 50 

80 25 

15 00 
165 00 

8 00 

16 00 
8 00 



- 


230 00 

822 00 

82 50 



60 00 
159 50 



W.J.Bradley 72 hours at 50 

A. Bray, messenger 5 months at 500 00 

A. Bussieres „ 12 days at 150 

do 79 do 1 05 

do 259 hours at 50 



D. Caron 
do 

do 



18 days at 
51 do 

25 hours at 



2 00 
I 50 
50 



5-131 



Carried forward 



399 99 

77 50 



$ cts. 



167 50 
6 75 



18 00 

82 95 

129 50 

36 00 
76 50 
12 50 



1,206 25 



402 25 
400 00 



113 90 

726 25 
536 50 

797 25 



1,130 75 
702 00 



1,134 50 
232 47 
135 00 

7,517 12 



113 40 



219 50 
60 00 



477 49 
96 75 

672 00 
20 00 



174 25 

36 00 

208 33 



230 45 



N 



196 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Public Works Department — Extra Clerks. 


$ cts. 


$ cts? 


Brought forward 




2,433 17 
184 00 


Extra Clerks — Continued. 


92 days at 


2 CO 

2 00 

15 

1 50 

1 05 

50 

400 00 

2 00 

1 50 
1 05 
50 

15 

1 50 
1 25 
1 05 

1 50 

1 05 

2 00 
50 

400 00 

50 

400 00 

1 05 




C. F. X. Ohaloner 


238 do 




476 00 




,.1,183 pages at 

48 days at 

90 do 

25 hours at 


177 45 


L. D (Jhevrier 

do 

do 


72 00 
94 50 
12 50 






1 year at 
8 days at 


179 00 


L. H. Colman 

do extra work 


399 99 
16 00 
36 00 

22 00 


do 


24 do 




do 

do 


6 do 

44 hours at 






1,781 pages at 

36 days at 

10 do 


480 20 
267 15. 


M. G. Colman 

C. Corcoran 

do 


""54 00 

12 50 
43 90 

108 00 
55 65 

732 00 
50 00 


do 




•t 
110 40 

163 65 

782 00 

409 90 

41 73 
243 40 
131 25 

16 50 
193 50 

341 85 

380 n 
10 50 

669 33 

36 00 

541 71 

31 80 

1,078100 

125 30 
9,504 IS 


N. Corcoran 




do 

L. A. Cornellier 

do extra work 


53 do 

366 do 




1 year at 

,. 20 hours at 


A. Cote 

do extra work 


399 99 
10 00 




1 month at 

8 days at 


L. A. P. Cote 

do 


33 33 
8 40 






L. J. Coursolles, translating., 




K. Deegan » 

L. Deloges 

G. de la Porte 


87£ days at 

11 do 

129 do 


$1 50 
1 50 
1 50 
1 5© 
1 05 

50 

400 00 

1 50 

50 

1 05 

40 00 

400 00 

1 50 

1 25 

50 

2 00 
, 500 00 

1 05 

1 00 

2 00 
2 00 
1 50 

50 

$1 50 

1 25 
1 05 
15 








0. Denis... 




223 50 
59 85 
58 50 


do 


57 do 


do 








G. A. Derome 


22 22 

319 50 

38 50 


do 

do extra work ,. 


213 do 

77 hours at 




10 days at 

= 8 months a1 

25 days at 


D. Delisle 

M. Doherty 

do 

do extra work 


" 32Q 00 

133 33 
37 50 

7 50 
171 00 


do do 




do do 


342 hours at 


D. Oufresne 


18 days at 


T. Dugal, messenger 

P. Duhamel 


13 months a 

,. 16 days at 


16 80 
15 00 


do 








T. Fortier (including July, 1884) 


794 00 
18 00 
70 50 

195 50 


do extra work 

do do 


9 do 

47 do 


do do 


391 hours at 

40 days at 

16 do 


A. Fraser 

do 


60 00 
20 00 
27 30 
18 00 


do 


26 do 


do copying 


120 pages at 


Carried forward 





11 



PUBLIC WOBKS DEPARTMENT. 



197 



Public Works I>epartment— Extra Clerks. 



Brought forward . 



Extra Clerks— Continued. 

H. J. Priel 243 days at 1 50 

C. Garon 21 do 150 

B. Gingras 30 do 150 

do 14 do 175 

do 221 hours at 50 

B. Gingras 30 days at 1 50 

do 91 hours at 50 

F. Gingras 3 months at 400 00 

do > 92 days at 1 50 

do 182 do 1 75 

do extra work , 181 hours at 50 



J. F. Gingras, translation 143 do 

do do 17,640 words, at 50c. a hundred.. 



P Gingras do ,26 pages at 

do revision 36 do 

G. Giroux, translation 300 hours at 

E. Grafton 65 days at 

S. Graham 8 do 

do . 6 do 

F.Green 58 do 

do 26 do 

do extra work 48 hours at 

H. J. Guppy 6 months at 

do (including July, 1884) 213 days at 

do extra work 127 hours at 

do do 293 do 

M. Huot 9 days at 

do 413 hours at 

J. L. Irving 64 days at 

do 13 do 

M. Johnson 81 hours at 

M. Kane 24 days at 

J). H. Keely 12 months'at 

T. W. Keir 366 days at 

do extra work 8 do 

do do 16 do 

do do 32 do 

M. Lacerte 542 pages at 

E.Landry 45 days at 

do , 82 do 

do 3 do 

do 139 hours at 

A. C. Lane 28 days at 

do 94 do 



75 



$1 50 
45 

50 

1 05 
1 50 
1 05 

1 50 
1 05 

50 

45 62 

1 50 
15 
50 

3 00 

50 

1 50 
3 00 

50 

1 05 
75 00 

2 00 
2 50 
2 00 
1 50 



Jos. Langlois, messenger 

H. Lavoie 25 days at $2 00 

H. Lajeunesse, translation 140 hours at 75 

A. Lebel. 54 days at 1 50 

do 11 do 105 

O.Lebel 24 do 105 

do ,....442 hours at 50 



Carried forward 



$ cts, 



45 00 

24 50 

110 50 


45 00 
45 50 



100 00 

138 00 

318 50 

90 50 



107 25 
88 20 



39 00 
16 20 



12 0' 
6 30 

87 00 
27 30 

24 00 



273 72 

319 50 

19 05 

146 50 



27 00 
206 50 



96 00 
39 0) 






732 00 
20 00 
32 00 
48 00 





112 50 

164 00 

3 00 

69 50 

35 00 
98 70 



81 00 
11 55 



25 20 
221 00 



% cts. 



9,504 19 



364 50 
31 50 



180 00 
90 50 

647 00 
195 45 



55 20 
150 00 

68 25 



18 30 



138 30 



758 77 
233 60 



135 00 
40 50 
25 20 

900 00 



833 00 
81 30 



349 00 



133 70 

452 51 

50 00 

105 00 



92 55 

246 20 
15,878 42 



198 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Public W^rks Department- 


-Extra Clerks. 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 




15,878 42 


Extra Clerks— Continued. 

C. Lebeau 


15 davs at 


2 50 


37 50 



do 10 do 

do 113 hours at 

L. Lecourt 18 days at 

M. Lewis 28 do 

do M 19 do 

do , 53 do 

do 50 hours at 

do 16 pages at 

S. L. Lightfoot 1,141 do 

D. La Rochelle 563 hours at 

L. E. Mailleur 47 days at 

E. Martin 92 do 

do 113 hours at 

F. Mathias 4 days at 

M. May 52 do 

do 12 do 

do 11 do 

do .... 10 hours at 

A. Morin 88 do 

M. McEvela 13 days at 

T.J. McLaughlin 366 do 

A. McMahon 6 do 

do 49 do 



F. 



McMartin 

do 

do 



M. McMartin 6 

E. McMillan 8 

do 8 

do , 29 



do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 



R. S. Oates 10 do 

L. 0. Panet (including July, 1884) 397 do 

do extra work Ill hours at 

do do 207 do 



1 50 

50 

1 50 

2 00 
1 50 
1 05 
50 
15 

15 
50 

$1 05 
% 00 

50 

1 05 
1 50 
1 25 
1 05 
50 

50 

1 05 

2 35£ 
2 00 

1 50 

2 00 
1 25 
1 05 

1 25 

3 00 
1 50 

1 05 

1 05 
1 50 
75 
50 



15 01 
56 50 



56 00 
28 50 
55 65 
25 CO 
2 40 



A.Philips 30 days at 150 

do 25 do 105 

do 16 hours at 50 

J. A.Phillips 305 days at 2 00 

do 61 do 2 50 

do 19 hours at 50 

do pay for services re Report, authorized by the Minister 



A. Parant 125 days at $150 

do 46 do 125 

do .... 28 hours at 50 

do 105 pages at 15 

J. H. Pelletier 31 days at 2 00 

C. Proulx 45 do 2 50 

do 59 do 2 00 

do 19 do 1 50 

, do 688 hours at 50 

D. Provost 8 days at 1 25 

do 42 hours at 50 



Carried forward. 







184 00 
56 50 


'" 78 00 

15 00 

11 55 

5 00 






12 00 
73 50 


10 00 
17 50 
26 25 



24 00 
12 00 
30 45 



595 50 

83 25 

103 50 


45 00 

26 25 

8 00 



610 00 

152 50 

9 5l 

100 00 

187 60 
57 50 

14 00 

15 75 





112 50 

118 00 

28 50 

344 00 


10 00 
21 00 



PUBLIC WORKS PEPARTMEN' 



199 



Public Works Department- 


-Extra Clerks. 




$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 




20,882 73 


xtr» Clerks — Continued. 

E. Provost 

do 


32 days at 

6 do 


1 50 
1 05 

1 50 

50 

1 50 

1 25 

2 75 

15 

1 50 

50 

62 50 

2 50 

3 00 
2 00 

1 50 

50 

1 05 
50 

2 00 

50 

$2 00 
2 50 

1 50 
50 

2 50 
50 


48 00 
6 30 

30 00 
120 50 


A. Roy 

do 

A. Sancier , 


20 do 

241 hours at 

20 d*ys at 


54 30 
150 50 


30 00 
11 25 


do 

Jno. Short 

Gustave Smith 


«... 9 do 

366 do 

366 do 


41 25 

183 00 

1,006 50 

210 60 




G. Simpson 

J. B. St. Laurent 

do 

do 


. ,... 1,404 pages at 

52 days at 

659 hours at 

274 days at 




78 00 
329 50 


407 50 


250 00 

685 00 

42 00 

16 00 

18 00 

142 50 








do do 

do do ... 

do do 


8 do 

12 do 

285 hours at 




F. Tobin 

A. Trudel 


93 days at 


1,153 50 
9T 6fr 
35 00 


Jos. Vincent 

do extra work 


366 days at 

391 J hours at 


732 00 
195 75 


927 75 


430 00 

377 50 

27 75 

231 25 


do 


151 do 










do do 

J. V. Woolsey 

d0 


462^ hours at 

397 days at 


1,066 50 
1 345 25 


992 50 
352 75 




4 50 


Add— Chief Architect's Staff 




27,566 53 
17,967 70 






7,517 12 


53,051 35 


Charged as follows— 

New Building, Wellington street 






9,412 04 


Income — Public Buildings, Quebec : — 

Quebec Fortifications. 


84 90 

615 17 

19 20 

6 00 

15 00 

16 20 
1,214 16 

125 50 
3,148 48 

3,067 62 
855 45 

9,167 68 


Quebec Examining Warehouse 




Hull PostOflfice. 




St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary 








Quebec Drill Shed .... 




Montreal Examining Warehouse P 




Public Buildings, Ontario: — 

Kingston Forts and Military College... 
Toronto Examining Warehouse 














Public Buildings, Manitoba : — 

Stony Mountain Penitentiary 








Carried forward 




9,412 04 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



ii 



Public Works Department— Extra Clerks. 



Brought forward 



Public Build r>gs. North-West Territories, Generally. 

Public Buildings Generally , 

Repairs, tf*c, Ottawa, Buildings 



Harbors and Rivers, New Brunswick : — 
St. John Harbor 



Harbors and Rivers, Maritime Provinces Generally , 

r -fr 

Harbors and Rivers, Quebec : — 

Riviere du Loup {en b%s) , 

River Yainaska , 

General repairs, Ac, Harbors and Rivers, Quebec .. 

Quebec Marine Hospital. Wharves 

Lanoraie 

Perce 

Bic Pier 

River Richelieu, wharf and bridge 

He aux Graes 

Chenal du Moine, piers 

Harbors and Rivers, Ontario: — 

Port Hope Harbor 

Toronto' do 

General Repairs, Ac, Harbors and Rivers, Ontario. 

King8ville Harbor 

Ottawa River — Rtmoval of boulders 

Thornbury Harbor 

Port Albert 

J'rince Arthur's Landing: — 

Harbor Improvements 



Harbors and Rivers, British Columbia: — 
General Repairs, &c 



Harbors and Rivers Generally 



Dredging : — 

Ontario 

Quebec 

General Service , 



Trails and Bridges, North-West Territories. 



Telegraphs : — 

Signal Service generally 

Telegraph Lines, Manitoba and North-West Territories. 



2fiscellaneou» : — 

Surveys and Inspections ........ 

Military Works and Buildings , 

Transfering from old General Indexes, Public Works Department. 
Preparing returns for the House of Commons , 



Charged to Income. 



Revenue: — 

Ottawa River Slides, &c 

Land and Cable Telegraph Lines, Gulf of St. Lawrence, &c. 
Telegraph Lines and Signal Service Generally 



Total. 



Summary: — Pay. 

Chief Architect's Staff. 12,816 10 

Chief Engineer's Branch.. 6,424 62 

Clerks 20,788 83 



40,029 55 



cts 



9,167 68 

2,088 13 

5,141 87 

136 86 



2,283 29 
1,903 93 



37 59 
595 20 
59 00 
12 00 
19 50 

7 50 

8 25 
12 00 
15 00 
19 50 

449 65 

182 55 

3,936 99 

1,451 24 

22 00 

553 67 

66 50 

517 00 



599 17 
4,257 90 



1,380 50 

155 91 

2,005 85 

87 00 



169 80 
32 00 



1,543 67 

37 00 

1,650 00 

918 55 



13 65 

635 50 
1,466 00 



Extra Work. 
5,151 60 
1,092 50 
5,4*5 85 



11 679 95 



LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICE. 



201 



LiigUtnouse and Coast Service. 


$ cts. 

37,049 72 

7,020 76 

36,073 01 

47,399 46 

23,027 26 

5,753 98 

5,633 30 

6,760 16 
3,809 67 
3,616 06 
2,393 82 
1,758 35 


$ cts. 


Salaries and Allowances of Light-House Keepers 


:— 




Montreal District 




lie low Quebec - 






« 






New Brunswick 




British Columbia 




Prince Edward island 




Agencies Rents and Contingencies : — 

Quebec ., , 


161,957 49 


Nova Scotia • 




New Brunswick 




British Columbia •••• 














18,338 06 


Maintenance and Repairs : — 

Lights — Above Montreal 


33,TS8 55 
8,925 67 
58,469 18 
93,812 32 
59,937 24 
9,937 99 
11,667 97 

400 00 

352 50 

150 00 

71 40 


Below Quebec-. 








New Brunswick , 








Prince Edward Island , 




hint; Bo nty Expenses : — 

Services of persons in Customs and Fisheries Departments, and other 

Expenses in connection with the Distribution of the Fishing Bounty : — 

John Tilton, Extra Services 


276,488 92 




S. P. Bauset do -. 

John Makinson do r - 




T. Aumond do 










Ottawa ... 




973 9« 


F. H. Cunningham, Extra Clerk, 
J. W. Watson do 


572 50 

450 00 

345 00 

250 50 

242 80 

201 00 

174 37 

168 00 

158 00 

155 80 

80 40 

78 00 

76 00 

49 50 

48 00 

43 50 


do 

do ... 

do ... 






P H. D. Veith do 
C. F. Winters do 






Mary Grant do 
B. W Gilbert do 


do 






do ... 






Jessie Grant do 


do ... 






T. M. Hardie do 


do ... 






Jules Sauset do 


do ... 






M. Lamouche do 


do ... 
do ... 






V. H. Steele do 






C. S Chapman do 
J. H. McLeod do 


do ... 






do ... 






H. A. Longley 








Isabel Grant , 




Charles Hardie 






Jcotia, sal 
ent, New 


ary and expenses 


3,093 37 


A. Ogden, Special Agent, Nova £ 

F. B. Haanington, Special Ag 

expen es 


1,437 50 

1,036 65 
82 50 
62 00 

705 29 
129 80 
133 53 
387 91 


• Brunswick, salary and 




W. H. Venning, Inspector, New Brunswick, 
J. H. Duvar, Inspector, Prince Edward Isli 

Paid to Customs Officers, Nova Scntifl.. 


expenses 




md, expenses 






2,618 65 


do do New Bn 


inswick .. 
J d ward Is 






do do Prince t 
do do Quebec, 


Land 










1,356 53 


Rent of office, A. Ogden... 


125 00 

105 98 

51 00 

246 69 


Postage 








Lithographing 








Advertising 










528 67 
352 92 


Queeu's Printer and Stationery... 














Total 


8,924 04 












Carried forward. 





202 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1833-4 



Lighthouses and Coast Services. 



Brought forward 



Fisheries exhibition. London : — 

Allowances, by Order in Council, to Officers of Fishery Department, under 
Vote 258, 0/1684:— 

S. Wilmot 

J. U. Gregory 

W. H. Venning 

W. H. Roger . 

J. H. Duvar 

A. C. Anderson 



Services, Materials, and Travelling Expenses, $c. 

G. Acquin I , 

A. Ardiey 

Bate k Co 

Beard k Venning 

T. Birkett , 

H. T. Blanchard 

John Black k Co , 

A. G. Bowes k Co 

H. Braithwaite 

Canada Atlantic Railway 

Canadian Express Co , 

A. Christie k Co 

F. Clemow. ...„ 

J. T. Coleman , 

A. Cuddie 

Dewis k Chander 

W. W. Dillon 

W. D. Dirnock 

Dingee. Scribner k Co 

T Douglas 

Dupuis k Nolin 

J. H. Duvar 

Elliott k Son 

A. Elsworth 

J. R. Esmonde 

Forrest k Co 

R. Fothergill 

C. W. Gauthier.. 

F. C Gilchrist 

H. Greaier 

Halifax Steam Navigation Co 

Hams k Campbell 

L. Hart k Co 

G. W. Hober 

J. Hagan 

D. Roneyman 

L. Z. Joncas 

J. Leckie ... 

T. H Lynn... , 

T. Miller 

A. Montpetit , 

Murdoch Bros 

Hon. A. W. McLelan, travelling expenses... 

R. B Noble ... 

A. Ogden 

Queen's Printer , 

W. Parker 

R. Re ford k Co 

J. H Rolfe 

J. Shaesgreen , 

Shoolbred k Co 

E. Shrapnel 

E. Simmons 

T. Sonne 

F. St. Cceur 



cts. 



Carried forward 



1,000 00 
500 00 
250 00 
250 00 
250 00 
250 00 



365 67 
42 00 
65 75 

8 22 
2 69 

30 00 

781 59 

2 70 

40 00 
700 00 

9 31 
5 98 

12 15 
23 00 

15 00 
23 00 
25 00 

602 00 

84 00 
4 75 

30 88 

399 86 

10 00 

2 85 

85 53 

16 00 
170 68 
200 00 

18 00 

278 30 

1,128 94 

3 00 
8 61 

27 50 

39 29 

850 10 

211 46 

78 15 

15 00 
8 35 

3:0 00 

16 00 
1.094 00 

8 00 

450 16 

2 00 

7 00 
2 78 

8 85 
12 00 

4 20 
251 80 
650 07 

70 00 
169 87 

9,526 04 



LIGHTHOUSE AND COAST SERVICES. 



20a 



Lig-btbonses and Coast Service. 



Brought forward 



"isherien Exhibition, London — Continued. 

Services, Materials, Travelling Expenses, Sfc — Continued. 

M. Stanton & Co , 

E. F. Stephenson, expenditure 

W. J Topley .*, 

Mrs. W. Trickey 

P. Troy 

P. Veale 

W. H. Venning 

T. Williams , 

J. Wright 

S. Wilson & Co - 

C. Wilmot , 

S. Wilmot , 



Lass— Refunded by W. Wakeham. 



In addition, a sum of $974. 90, obtained from sales of exhibits, was used by 
Mr. Wilmot for expenses of the exhibition.) 



Charged to Miscellaneous 
do Fisheries. 



ffarine Hospital* : — 

Quebec 

Nova Scotia 

New Brunswick . 

Prince Edward Island 

British Columbia 

Printing 



distressed Seamen : — 

Quebec , 

Nova Scotia 

ftew Brunswick 

Prince Edward Island , 

Board of Trade, London, Eng. , to assist distressed seamen. 
Stationery and Queen's Printer 



Isheries — Legal Expenses : 

J. C. Barbarie, legal services in McFee vs. Mowat 

M. A. Dixon do fishery prosecutions 

J. E. Farewell do Dillon, Schell & Benson vs. McDermott.. 

L.R.Harrison do Phair vs. Venning 

do do Steadman, Hanson & Spurr vs. Venning.. 

E. J. Hodgson do re assault on Warden Garnum 

P. Latour, services as Constable in connection with suits for violation 

of Fishery Act 

8. H. McMillan, costs, as per agreement, in Delaney vs. McDonald 

Frederick Peters, legal services in Ramsey vs. Crossman, Sic, 

J. Albert Verge, costs of proceedings against J. P. Mowat for alleged 

violation of Fishery Laws 



$ cts. 



9,526 04 



27 60 

19 45 

165 00 

3 50 
11 00 

1,044 30 

200 00 

946 63 

8 13 

4 25 
19 00 

11,951 65 



20,000 00 
6,301 82 



2,531 50 
11,000 00 
8,461 07 
1,202 46 
3,969 17 
3 48 



548 19 

1,006 42 

572 92 

23 75 
991 56 

11 76 



112 90 
135 00 



$ cts. 



2,500 00 



23,926 45 



i,426 45 
124 63 



26,301 82 



27,167 68 



3,154 60 
30,322 28 



50 00 
28 00 
38 32 



247 90 
334 50 

60 00 

35 00 

123 25 

86 75 

1,003 72 



204 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Superintendence of Insurance. 



Superintendent, J. B. Cherriman (paid under 37 Vic, cap. 20) 

Chief Clerk, 0. E Anderson $2,400 00 

1st class Clerk, A. K. Blackadar 1,400 00 

2nd class Clerk, W. J. R. McMinn 1,100 00 



Travelling expenses, J. B. Cherriman, fares 

do do living allowance, 68 days 



$ 98 80 
238 00 



C. E. Anderson. 



do 

Newspapers , 

Petty cash, C. E. Anderson 

Telephone, 6 months, to 1st Jan., 1884 

Postage 

Telegrams, 12 months, to 31st March, 1884. 

Ice 

Life of " Sir John Macdonald " ,. 

Judgment re Globe Mutual 

Queen's Printer 

Stationery Office , 



Total. 



$ cts, 



4,900 00 



336 80 

10 00 

67 82 

20 17 

20 00 

17 25 

15 52 

4 28 

3 00 

1 00 

372 72 

85 98 



$ eU 



4,000 00 



5,854 54 
9,854 54 






SUBSIDIES. 



205 



Subsidies. 



Ontario :— 

Allowance for Government. 



80 cents a head on 1,396,091, population in 1861. — 

Quebec:— 

Allowance for Government , 

80 cents a head on 1,111,566, population in 1861 

Nova Scotia :— 

Allowance for Government. 

80 cents a head on 400,000 (population in 1881, 440,585) 
Interest on balance of debt , 



New Brunswick : — 

Allowance for Government 

80 cents a head on 321,233, population in 1881 

Indemnity for loss of export duty on lumber 



Less — Interest on over-drawn debt. 



Manitoba :— 

Allowance for Government 

80 cents a head on 150,000 (population in 1881, 65,954).... 

Indemnity for want of public lands 

Interest on balance of debt 



British Columbia :— 

Allowance for Government 



80 cents on 60,000 estimated in 1871 (population'^ 1881, 

49,459) 

Compensation for lands for Canadian Pacific Railway.... 
Interest on balance of debt 



9 rince Edward Island :— 

Compensation for want ol Crown Lands. 



Less— Interest on advances to Prince Edward Island 
Government for purchase of lands 



80 cents a head on 108,928, population in 1881 

Allowance for Government 

Interest on balance of debt 



Authority. 



B.N. A. Act, 
sec 118 
do 118 



do 
do 



118 
118 



do 118 

do 118 

do 116 



do 118 
do 118 
36 V., c. 41 



B.N. A. Act, 
sec. 118 



45 V., c. 5 

do 

do 

33 V., c. 3,s. 24 



O.C., Windsor, 
May 16, '71. 



do 



O.C., Windsor, 
June 26, '73. 

do 



do 
do 
do 



Total, Subsidies to Provinces 



cts. 



80,000 00 
1,116,872 80 



70,000 00 
889,252 80 



60,000 00 

320,000 00 

12,957 62 



50,000 00 
256,986 40 
150,000 00 

456,986 40 

2,014 73 



50,000 00 

120,000 00 

45,000 00 

12,153 04 



35,000 00 



100,003 00 
24,995 66 



45,000 00 
37,276 57 



7,723 43 
87,142 40 
30,000 00 
39,644 96 



$ cts. 

1,196,872 80 
959,252 80 

392,957 62 



454,971 67 



227,153 04 



207,995 



164,510 79 



3,603,714 38 



206 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Geological Survey. 



Assistance in Office and Field : — 

fl. M. Ami. June, 1883 

L. W. Bailey, June to September, 1883, 4 months, at $125... 

A. E. Barlow, 5th May to 31st October, 1883, 6 months, at $30 , 

do 1st November to 30th April, 1884, 6 months, at $60. 

do Extra work, 183 hours 



$ cts, 



Miss May Barry, 13 months, to 30th June, 1884, at $30 .. 
Amos Bowman, ll£ months, to 30th April, 1883, at $125. 

H. P. Brumell, June, 1883 

R. Chalmers, June to October, 1883, 5 months, at $60 .... 

Eugene Coste, July to March, 1884, 9 months, at $65 

do April to June, 1884, 3 months, at $100 

D. B. Dowling, If months, to 30th April, 1884, at $65 

do 6 hours extra work 



R. Faribault, June, 1883 

W. F. Ferrier, 3J months, to 30th June, 1884, at $30.. 

P. L. Foster, 2 days in April, 1883 

N. J Giroux, 5 months, to 31st October, 1883, at $60. 
do 6 months, to 30th April, 1884, at $75.... 



Miss J. L. Grant, 13 months, to 30th June, 1884, at $30 

S. Herring, taxidermist, 5 months, to 30th June, 1884, at $1,000. 

L. M. Lambe, 4j months, to 12th April, 1884, at $75 

A. C. Lawson, 4 months, to 31st October, 1883, at $60 *.. 

do 8 months, to 30th June, 1884, at $75 



John Macoun, June, 1883 

Jas. M. Macoun, 5 months, to 30th April, 1884, at $45. 

do May, 1884 

do Extra work, 118 hours 



174 00 

360 00 

91 50 



585 00 
330 00 

107 50 
3 00 



300 00 
450 00 



240 00 
600 00 



W. Mclnnes, 11 months, to 30th April, 1884, at $60. 
do May and June, 1884, at $65 



L. F. A. Maingy, 388$ hours extra work, at 75 cts 

J. H. Marshall, 8 months, to 30th June, 1884, at $37 50. 
do 100$ hours extra work 



M. H. McLeod, 5 months, at $40 

J. A. Porter, 3$ months, to 25th August, 1883, at $30. 

L. N. Richard, 13 months, to 30th June, 1884, at $75. 

do 152 hours extra work : 



J. A. Robert, 2$ months, at $50 , 

W. H. Smith, 5£ months, to 30th June, 1884, at $60. 
do Extra work, 114 hours 



J. Fraser Torrance, 9£ months, to 29tb February, 1884, at $125 
J. W. Tyrrell, 3£ months, to 10th October, 1883, at $60. 

do 6 months, to 30th April, 1884. at $75 

do Extra work, 222 hours 



G. H. Weston, 123 days, at $1 30. 

Jas. White, 3 months, to 30th April, 1884, at $60. 
do Extra work, 127 hours 



Total Assistance 

Less— Charged under Explorations. 



Charwomen. 

Laborers 

Carpenters.. 



Carried forward. 



231 00 
60 00 
59 00 

660 00 
130 00 



300 00 
50 25 



975 00 
76 00 



325 14 
57 00 



200 00 
450 00 
111 00 



186 00 
63 54 



727 43 

443 75 

1,040 50 



2,211 68 



121 67 


382 14; 
1,166 67 


761 00 

159 9( 


249 & 


13,261 o: 



11 



GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 



201 



Geological Surveys. 



Brought forward 



Assistance in Office and Field — Continued. 

Night Watchman 

Hall Porter 

Housekeepers 



Total wages charged as such, 



$ cts. 



2,211 68 



476 25 

510 00 
240 00 



$ cts. 



9,842 77 



3,437 93 
13,280 70 



208 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Geological Survey: 


Expenses 
1883. 


Advances 

of previous 

Years 


Advances,. 
1884. 


Explorations :— 

F. D. Adams 


586 50 
1,561 46 

265 71 
3,850 16 


150 00 
200 00 


75 00-" 


L. W. Bailey 


125 00 


Scott Barlow 




Robt. Bell 


' 




John Bignell , 


1,075 00 


Amos Bowman 


1,380 71 


1,000 00 
205 71 


800 00 


Wallace Broad 


205 7i 


Robt. Chalmers , 




500 00 


A. S. Cochrane 


25 00 






Eugene Coste 




600 00 


G. M. Dawson 


3,941 54 
2,093 16 
1,113 58 


2,200 00 

600 00 

300 00 

50 00 

300 00 

""750 00 

950 00 

1,402 76 

' *50 00 


600 00 


R. W. Ells 

Hugh Fletcher 


400 00 
500 00 


L. U. E Genest 






234 75 


250 00 


A. C. Lawson „.... 


650 00 




1,386 58 

830 10 

2,445 98 




John Macoun • 


300 00 




894 00 


M. O'Farrell 


35 5& 

50 00 


A. R. C. Selwyn 


2,102 62 


478 84 
200 00 




200 00 


J. F. Torrance...., 


1,515 71 




1,012 00 
400 00 


T. C. Weston 


1,325 94 


8^0 00 
150 00 






2,000 00 
1,500 00 














Less— Advances of former years not accounted for 


25,218 40 
16,165 64 


9,508 47 
455 71 


12,651 13 
455 71 






12,195 42 




9,052 76 



GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 



200 



Ideological Survey. 



Brought forward 



Publication of Geological Map and Report for 1880-1*2 

G. E. Desbarats — 

27,600 artotype views, at $15. 00 

13,700 do 25.00 

4,500 index to colors * 



Montreal " Gazette," 3,500 copies of Report- 
Composition, 181,000 ems plain at $0.50 . 

do 434,000 ems catalogue at 0.75 . 

do 25,000 ems tabular at 1.00. 

Presswork, 658 tokens at 50 cents 

Maps and cover 

Folding, gathering, stitching and covering .. 

Paper, 131^ reams at $4 50 

Folding 7 maps, 16 folds, at J cent 

Pockets for map3 

35 packing ca3es 

2,500 catalogues of plants, by Prof. Macoun 

500 reports of A. R. C. Selwyn , 

2,500 lines printed on artotjpe 



Thibaut, Berthiaume & Belleau, 500 French copies of Report- 
Composition, 775,000 ems at 50 cents 

Paper, 9-^ reams (double) at $9 

Presswoik, 80 tokens ,....,., 

Cover3 , 

Corrections and alterations 

Folding, gathering, &c 

500 pockets, and folding maps 

2 cases 



Burland Lithographic Co. — 

4,250 map "index " 

4,250 each of 4 maps of New Brunswick 
4,250 of 1 section map of New Brunswick. 

4,250 maps of Lake of the Woods 

4,250 do basin of Moose River ... 

3,900 do Indian Reserves, B.C 



T. G. Coursolles (House of Commons), translating Report into French- 

247 pages, at $1.25. 

Notes, 168 pages, at 5 cents 

Index, 12 pages, at §2 



F. B. Hayes (House of Commons) translating Report of E. Coste- 
8,300 words, at 25 cents a folio 



Publication of Canadian Organic Remains : — 
A. Mortimer — 

Lithographing 8 plates of fossils 

Plate paper... 

Printing 



G. A. Desbarats ~ 

Drawing and printing 8 plates cf fossils (25 to 32). 
Montreal •' Gazette "— 

800 reports on fossil plants 

1 electro-plate 

Express charges...,. 



J. H. Walker, wood engraving 

J. W. H. Watts, drawings of fossils. 



$ cts, 



414 00 
342 50 
328 00 



90 50 
325 50 

25 00 
329 00 

68 00 
266 88 
589 95 
122 50 
116 53 

35 00 
882 03 

20 00 
5 25 



387 50 
87 30 
40 00 

7 50 
85 00 
62 50 
40 00 

3 00 



197 50 
1,325 00 
222 50 
435 00 
573 50 
454 00 



308 75 

8 40 

24 60 



480 00 

90 00 

120 00 



126 45 
1 00 
1 00 



$ cts. 



1,084 50 



2,876 14 



712 80 



3,207 50 

341 15 

20 75 

8,242 84 



690 00 
320 00 



128 4& 
41 25 
35 00 

1,214 70 



5-14 



210 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Geological Surveys' 



Specimens for Bfnseum: — 

Herbarium of'Canadhiu plants, Jno. Macoun 

do United States plants, Jno. Macoun. 



(Note — These two collections cover 8,232 sheets, of which 4,700 were 
obtained on Dominion Government surveys ; value estimated at 15 
cents a sheet, or $1,234.80.) 

Herba^um specimens from Washington Territory 

21 birds 



Mounting 1 black wolf 

Coral ,. 

1K9 fossils. 

Zircon, apatite, titanite and zeolite 

Advance tor specimens, Dr. Mathews, York Factory. 

2 heads, Rocky Mountain sheep and goat 

1 racoon 

Megalomus canadensis 

Wood specimens 



$ eta. 



1,000 00 
250 00 



$ cts 



1,250 00 



37 65 

41 50 
31 50 
29 00 

25 00 
27 50 

25 00 

15 00 
5 00 
5 00 
4 00 



1,496 15i; 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Sept. 17, 1884. 

Sir, — I notice that you draw cheques in your own favor to pay wages of tempo 
rary clerks. This practice has been abandoned by all other branches of the service 
I hope you will find it convenient to pay each clerk by a separate cheque. 

Please let me have a copy of any form of instructions to surveyors concernin 
the preparation of their accounts. 

Also the regulations under which surveyors make drafts on Ottawa. 

I am, Sir, &c. 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A. 
The Director, Geological Survey. 

Geological Survey, Ottawa, Sept. 18, 1884 

Sir, — In the absence of Dr. Selwyn, I have the honor to acknowledge the reeeif 
of your letter of the 11th inst., and in reply thereto bog to state that the payme 
of temporary employees has hitherto been made by one cheque drawn in favor of tb 
Director, instead of cheques being made payable to each, inasmuch as it saved bot 
time and trouble, the signatures to the pay-lists and witnesses thereto being c 
sidercd sufficient receipts for the amounts paid. In future, however, if you desire i 
cheques will be issued to each temporary employee for the amount ofhis wages 

I enclose herewith a copy of Dr. Selwyn's general instructions to field geologist 
relative to expenditure, drafts, &c, by them ; also, (U) blank forms of accounts to " 
used for the current year. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

JNO. MAESHALL, Accountant. 
The Auditor-General. 

Geological Survey of Canada. — Instructions to Field Geologists. 

Note Books. — A regular diary of proceedings should be kept. Each day 
commence on a fresh page headed by locality, day, month, year, thus: — 

Michipicoten Island, or camp place. &c, Friday, 8th June, 1872. 

Barometer and thermometer readings should be recorded twice or thrice dail 
with other meteorological observations, and time of making observations noted. 

These observations should be entered uniformly as regards place in note be 

All field notes books are the property of the Survey and should be transmitt 
to the Director with the final report to which they relate. Note books and repoi 
should be sent in as early as possible during the winter. 



GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. 211 



Specimens. — Rock Specimens should be trimmed on the ground, to as nearly as 
possible a uniform size of 3 by 4 inches and not exceed 3 inches thick. A weathered 
face as well as a fresh fracture is desirable. Larger specimens can be collected 
when desired to show some special feature which the smaller size would not 
illustrate. 

All specimens should be labelled at the time of collection, with date, number and 
name, thus, | Ll 8 J. ; corresponding numbers with all particulars should appear under 
-the same date in the field note books. If convenient, locality can also appear on 
the label. In collecting fossils it is very important to note the relative position of 
the beds from which they are taken. 

All opportunities for collecting specimens of recent natural history should be made 
use of when the doing so will not interfere with the main objects of the exploration. 
Even when collections of these cannot be preserved, useful and interesting obser- 
vations on occurrence and distribution of species can be given. 

No letter of credit is to be overdrawn. If, however, found specially desirable to do 
so, the circumstances should be intimated to the Director and his permission asked 
for such overdraft. 

All expenditure should be recorded, so that at the close of the season a full state- 
ment of it can at onco be furnished to the Director, together with a brief abstract of 
the work accomplished. All drafts should be preceded or accompanied by a letter 
of advice and be drawn at sight. The statement of expenditure should bo accom- 
panied by an inventory of stores and articles of equipment on hand, noting such as 
are available for another season's work. If stored in the country, a receipt should 
be taken from the person in whose custody they are left, and the terms of storage 
stated. Any instruments lost, worn out or requiring repair, should be mentioned and 
the latter handed in to the Secretary. 

Officers are requested, as occasion offers, during the season, to report where they 
are, and generally the progress of the work. 

A. R. C. SELWYN, 

Director Geol. Survey. 

Audit Office, December 16, 1884. 

Sir,— I forward for your consideration a statement of the dates at which some 
of your surveyors closed their accounts for the explorations of 1883. 

The first duty of a Government employee, on returning to Ottawa, should be to 
make up his statement of expenses, and to refund at once any money that may bo in. 
his hands. For this work an allowance of a week is more than sufficient. Expendi- 
ture in Ottawa should be made only on Departmental cheques, and never by em- 
ployees in cash. 

In some cases the advances for a second year's expenses were given before the 
refunds for the first were made, leaving a possibility that the refunds were taken 
from the advances. This practice might be carried from year to year, and in the end 
cause a loss to the Government. 

Under 41 Vic , cap. 7, section 53, I would like to see you follow the practice of 
ther Departments, in having the accounts of disbursing officers supported by 
affidavits. 

Please let me know why your Report for 1880-1-2 and Prof. Macoun's Catalogue 
^V6re printed by tho Montreal " Gazette " instead of by the contractors at Ottawa. I 
isk the question on account of the difference in rate3 — about $790.10. 

The purchase of Prof. Macoun's collections of plants should havo been autho- 
red by Order in Council, and the part obtained on Government journeys (the larger 
mlf by number) should not have entered into the calculation of value. 

I am, Sir, your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 
Che Director, Geological Survey. 



5-1 4 J 



212 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-1. 



Geological Survey, 1883-84. 



Name of Surrevor. 



Scott Barlow 

R, P.^ll 

R. W. Ells 

J. A. Laflamme.. 

A. P. Low 

John Macoun 

R. G. McConnell. 

do 
T. C. Westoa .... 
C. W. Willimott 



Amount 


of 


Refund. 


$ cts. 


20 49 


119 12 


5 82 


5 25 


58 62 


34 11 


255 06 


117 24 


31 06 


13 60 



Date 

of 

Return. 



1883 



Sept. 
Oct. 

do 

Aug. 
Oct. 
Sept. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Oct, 

do 



7., 
16., 

6. 

8* 
19. 

7. 

31. 

6. 

26. 



Interval 

in 

D»ys. 



237 
238 
154 

304 
218 
264 
188 
134 
228 
245 



Date 

of 

Refund, 



1834 



May 

June 

March 

June 

May 

June 

May 

do 

do 
June 



1. 
10. 

8. 
30. 
13. 

9. 
13. 
13. 
21. 
27. 



Advance 
for 

1884. 



1884. 



June 
May 

do 

do 

do 

do 



1 
2 
1 
1 
lfl 



Geological Survey, Ottawa, Dec. 18, 1884. 

Dear Sir,— I am in receipt of your letter of December 16, 1884, in reference t< 
advances, &c. 

In reply I may say I am quite aware of what the duty of a Government era 
ployee is, having been over 40 years in the Government service. Unfortunately 
discipline is so lax in our service that instructions are systematically disregarded. 

Once an advance is made to an explorer, he is authorized to use the money s 
advanced in the purchase of whatever may be required for the purpose of his explc 
ration, and whether such purchases are made in Ottawa or elsewhere. To mak 
those payments by official cheque would simply complicate the accounts. 

The Beport was printed at the " Gazette " office by authority of the Ministe: 
The rate is greater than contract rates, but not greater than what are known a 
" Ontario rates " and " special rates" which are paid for " first-class work." 

Professor Macoun's collection was purchased by authority of the Minister, and : 
an expenditure within the meaning and purpose of the appropriation. If Orders i 
Council are required for such expenditure, it would be well to let it Le known wh; 
is the precise sum which can be expended from the vote without an Order in Con 
cil. I fail to see on what grounds you assume that the specimens collected o 
Government journejs did enter into the calculation of .value. 

Please inform me before whom the affidavits referred to should be taken. 

Yours faithfully, 

ALFEBD R C. SELWYN. 

The Auditor-General. 

Audit Office, Ottawa, Dec. 18, 1834. 
Sir,— My objection was not based on the price of Professor Macoun's eollectio 
but on the iact that he is a salaried officer of your Department. 

The voucher for $1,250.00 mentions that of the 8,232 sheets, 4,100 were obtain* 
on Government surveys. To show that the sum asked was reasonable, the worth 
each sheet was fixed at 15 cents, making $1,234.80 for 8,232. 

Extra work in keeping accounts is not a drawback serious enough tooverbalan 
the advantage of having the expenditure as much as possible under the control 
one responsible head. I hope you will soo your way clear to conforming with tj 
practice of other Departments. 

Yours respectfully, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 
The Director, Geological Survey. 



INDIANS. 



213 



Indians, X.S., N.I5. ami P.E.I. 



r ova Scotia : — • 

Salaries, agents and missionaries 

Medical attendance and medicine 

Food purchased for Indians 

Seed grain 

Lumber and building bouse 

Expenses of survey , 

Amount advanced to aid in purchasing a horse. 
Stationerv Office ,>. 



$ 774 98 


595 32 


1,279 60 


1,037 53 


40 00 


16 00 


20 00 


6 18 



Total Expenditure 3,769 61 



New Brunswick : — 

Salaries, agents and missionaries 

Salary of missionary at Big Cove 

do second medical officer, County of Northumberland. 

Medical attendance and medicine 

Food for Iadians 

Seed grain 

% Stationerv Office k ..., 



1,441 58 
100 CO 
100 00 
965 04 

1,495 50 

736 80 

1 67 



Total Expenditure 4,843 59 



Prince Edward Island : — 

Salary, J. 0. Arsenault 

Medical attendance and medicine 

Food for destitute 

Seed grain 

Books for schools 

Materials tor coffin 

Doors and windows 

Wintering Government oxen 

Ploughing 

Advertising 

Stationery Office 



500 00 

279 16 

933 33 

200 00 

2 64 

1 85 

7 25 

15 00 

30 75 

22 70 

1 19 



Total Expenditure 1,993 87 



Brilixh Columbia: — 
Salaries : — 

J. W. Powell 

Hy. Moffatt 

H. P. Cornwall 

J. W. McKay 

A. E. Howse 

P. McTiernan.... 
W. L. Meeson.. . 

H. Guillod 

(t. Blekinsop 

W. H. Loma3 



3,000 00 
1,950 00 
1,200 00 

800 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 

908 57 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 



i 



Wages, interpreters, axemen, canoemen 

Travelling expenses of agents - 

Medical attendance and medicine 

Supplies, destitute Indians 

Rent and fuel 

Education 

Postage stamps and rent of drawer in post office 

Re-building houses at Kemsquit 

Building house for agent 

Carpets.. „ 

Implements and tools 

Board allowance 

Printing and advertising 

Stationery ... 

Photographs of Marquis of Lome 

Freight and express charges , 

Expenses evicting a Chinaman 



•Carried forward , 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



13,858 57 

1,219 12 

3,441 75 

1,889 44 

1,359 17 

1,118 25 

1,313 72 

115 50 

1,200 00 

452 45 

208 64 

139 49 

102 90 

91 00 

71 99 

52 35 

51 74 

54 50 



26,740 58 | 



2U 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Indian*., N.B., N.S., and P.E.I. 



Brought forward 



British Columbia— Concluded. 

('utter and harness 

Blankets 

Hardware 

Expenses in connection with small-pox patients. 

Fitting up vault 

Passage of Indians 

Burial of Indians 

Canoe and paddles 

Plumbing 

Binding reports.... 

Desk aad letter press 

Water rate 

Subscriptions to newspapers 

Telegrams 

Miscellaneous 



Surveys : — 
Salaries — 

W. S. Jemmett $1,800 00 

J. Gastineau 1,650 00 

A. H. Green 750 00 



Wage of chainmen , 

Board allowance and rations... 
Transport expenses and outfit. 

Miscellaneous. 

Stationery 

Freight and cartage 

Canoe 

Medicine 



Reserve Commission : — 
Salaries — 

Hon. P. O'Reilly $2,916 59 

A. H. Green 1,050 00 



Wages, chainmen and assistants.... 
Transport and Travelling expenses. 

Board allowance and rations 

Supplies - 

Miscellaneous 

Offic* expenses 

Stationery office , 

Tents 

Wintering horses 

Rent 

Postage stamps 

Freight and cartage , 

Telegrams 

Binding books 



Total. 



cts. 



26,740 58 


62 50 


51 20 


59 00 


86 92 


46 42 


43 00 


15 00 


22 50 


14 50 


12 75 


30 00 


18 00 


32 75 


33 97 


112 75 



4,200 00 
3,825 25 
2,423 90 
1,426 31 
2 -.9 62 


88 12 


19 75 


45 00 


12 31 



3,936 59 


297 32 


1,133 87 


343 03 


143 98 


53 12 


45 00 


33 84 


39 50 


60 00 


52 50 


16 87 


8 25 


6 65 


3 50 



IiNDTANS. 



2!5 



Indians— Manitoba and X.W.T. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 

18,842 00 

5,375 00 
14,535 00 

34,342 50 
16,830 00 

46,640 00 
34,185 00 


$ Ct3. 


in 11 u Hies : — 

Treaty No. 1 :— 

Chiefs - 


2?5 00 

495 00 

16,615 00 

1,407 00 

100 00 








Indians 








Treaty No. 2 :— 

Chiefs 




150 00 
375 00 
4,320 00 
330 00 
200 00 




Headmen 

Indians 




Arrears 








Treaty No. 3 :— 

Chiefs , 




725 00 

1,245 00 

12,465 00 

100 00 

625 00 

1,440 00 

28,070 00 

4,057 00 

150 00 

50 




Headmen * 




Arrears 

Treaty No. 4 :— 




Headmen 




Arrears 




Commutation of annuities 




Commission ........ 




Treaty No 5 :— - 

Chiefs 




250 00 
405 00 
15,59 » 00 
335 00 
250 00 




Headmen 




Arrears 




Chiefs 




975 00 

2,025 00 

39,915 00 

3,780 00 

46,695 00 
55 00 




Indians 




Arrears 




Less— Amount overpaid to stragglers at Battleford 
Treaty No. 7 :— 




225 00 

720 00 

23,080 00 

160 00 

11,073 33 

6,040 98 

3,884 62 

600 00 

290 65 

210 00 

73 09 

1,033 29 
971 86 
670 35 
576 74 
286 60 
50 44 




Headmen. 








Arrears 




1 plements : — 


170,749 50 






Implements and machinery „ 




Freighting „ . ^:."LZ\S.^ZZ\ 

Waggons 




Repairs , 

Stoves and pipes 










22,172 67: 


Axes 








■Other tools 




Scales 




Commission 

Carried forward. 


3,589 28' 
1£6,5U 45- 



21G 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



II 



Indians -Manitoba and N. W. T. 



Brought forward 



Cattle : — 

Oxen 

Cows 

Hops 

Bulls 

Waggon 

Miscellaneous. 
Commission... 



Seed (..rain :— 

Potatoes 

Freight and postage on seeds. 

Barley, wheat, oats 

Artichokes .... 

Bags 

Seeds 

Miscellaneous 

Commission 



Ammunition and Twine :— 

Powder and shot 

Twine 

Freight and ferriage 

Cartridges ani caps 

Miscellaneous 

Commission , 



Provisions during Annuity Payments t- 

Flour 

Bacon 

Tea , 

Tobacco 

Freight 

Sugar 

Oxen 

Driving cattle 

Commission 



Provisions for Destitute Indians :— 

Bed" supplied by Baker & Co., at — 

Blackfoot Crossing 

Blood Reserve 

Piegan do 

Sarcee do 

Stony do 

Fort Walsh , 

FortMcLeod 

Beef supplied by E. McGiliivray, at Victoria, 
do D. McRae, at Edmonton.. ... 



Flour supplied at— 

Fort Walsh, by Baker & Co .... 
Blackfoot Crossing do 
Sarcee Reserve do 
Qu'Appelle do 
Piegan Reserve do 
Blood do do 
Battleford, by Hudson Bay Co. 
Fort Pitt do 
Birtle do 
Carlton do 
Edmonton, N W. Police 

do W. Cust 

do McDoupall 



$ cts. 



Carried forward 



13,040 25 

1,065 00 

1,000 00 

265 00 

50 00 

23 45 

26 05 



3.242 29 

3,775 68 

2,053 72 

162 00 

56 55 

1,374 78 

53 88 

67 55 



4,181 77 

2,047 76 

1.161 63 

369 88 

3 75 

5 91 



24,700 09 

15,394 41 

3,119 44 

2,689 05 

1,056 U 

889 46 

400 00 

12 00 

8 64 



114,712 39 

98,292 13 

36,975 73 

16,256 02 

15,753 12 

9,361 67 

97 38 

300 00 

7 90 



15,750 00 

14,439 34 

3,485 68 

2,650 00 

9,545 25 

12,102 75 

13,250 00 

16,000 00 

254 83 

45 60 

200 00 

1,980 93 

443 19 

90,147 57 



$ cts. 



291,756 34 



291,756 34 



11 



INDIANS. 



217 



India us— Manitoba anil N.W.T. 



Brought forward. 



Provisions for Destitute Iudians- 

Indian Head, T. Howard 

Broadview do 



• Continued. 



Birtle, A. F. Eden 

Battleford, T. McKay , 

Moose Jaw, Wilson & Co 

Edmonton, McDonald 

Birtle, McNaughton...- 

do Carroll & Co 



Bacon supplied at — 

Blackfoot Crossing, Baker & Co. 
Stony Reserve do 

Blood do do 

'Sarcee do do 

Piegan do do 

Battleford, Hudson Bay Co..... . 



Fort Pitt do 

Qu'Appelle do 

Carlton do 

Crooked Lakes do 
Indian Head do 

Edmonton, McDonald 

Maple Creek, 0. J. Klotz.... 
Calgary, T. C. Power & Co. 
Swift Current, F, F. Tims.. 
Moose Jaw, Wilson & Co...., 



Dried Beef supplied at — 

Fort Walsh, Baker & Co... 
Fort McLecd do 
Indian Head, J. L. Legere. 



Tea and sugar , 

Potatoes ,, 

Sundry provisions. , 

Cow-pox points , 

Freighting 

Harness, carts and waggons 

Tobacco 

Transport of Indians 

Ammunition and guns , 

Medical attendance and medicine 

Sundry supplies 

Wheat 

Miscellaneous ,. 

Blacksmithing 

Horses 

Buckboard. 

Oats, hay and barley 

Fish .. 

Making nets and twine.. , 

Dry goods 

Presents by Commissioner during Treaty negotiations. 
Ploughing 

Stoves.... , « 

Storage. , 

Carbonate of ammonia 

Commission „ 



Clothing : — 

Dry goods and material. 

Labor on clothing 

Leather , 

Buttons and thread 

Lumber 



$ cts. 



90,147 57 



8,315 99 

2,731 06 

987 75 

4,250 00 

6 50 

1,863 00 

375 00 

350 00 



8,542 12 

7,169 04 

6,935 19 

2,820 00 

1,532 79 

4,750 U0 

5,500 00 

1,562 50 

1,656 42 

3,906 25 

14,052 26 

500 00 

211 04 

582 66 

65 10 

9 40 



Carried forward 



5,235 58 

3,360 17 

980 00 

1,511 87 
842 34 

2,021 57 
382 45 
12,441 22 
751 00 
827 72 
871 31 

2,093 56 
337 90 
586 20 
123 54 
292 98 
53 75 

1,757 50 

50 00 

504 91 

1,321 12 
976 75 
304 80 
280 00 
158 75 
185 00 
34 80 
288 00 
172 70 



$ cts 



291,756 34 



109,026 87 



59,794 77 



9,575 75 



% eta, 



278,807^55 



29,171 77 



2,068 91 

1,658 79 

709 76 

95 85 

24 00 



4,557 31 



499,325 50 



778,133 0& 



218 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Indian*— Manitoba and X.W,T. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 




4,557 31 

348 16 
1 03 

2,415 00 

192 20 

2,768 00 


778,133 05 


C loihinu — Continued. 

Freight - 










Schools : — 

Fort Alexander, Protestant 


75 CO 

303 00 

1,292 25 

75 00 

240 (0 

321 00 

234 Oi) 
582 CO 
94 11 
375 00 
375 00 

300 00 

75 00 

101 79 

75 00 

70 83 

224 92 
450 00 
150 00 
567 00 
105 00 
150 00 
300 CO 
2?9 50 
234 00 
105 00 
150 CO 
288 00 
198 00 
120 00 
378 00 

28 17 
99 00 

225 00 
78 00 

450 00 

141 00 

181 11 

220 14 

769 30 

622 42 

90 00 

59 00 

57 56 

25 05 

25 

300 00 

2,190 00 
255 00 


4 906 50 


do Catholic 




St. Peters 




Broken Head River 




Fairford 




Ebb and Flow Lake , , 

Little Saskatchewan 




Lake St. Msrtin ,.., 




Upper Fairford , 




Fisher River 




Dog Creek . 








Lac Seul 

Duck Bay 




Middle Hill 

The Pas 




Rossville 

Norway House 




Cumberland , 




Jack Head 




Isle a la Cusse 




Onion Lake — 




Jack Fish Creek 








-John ^mith' s Reserve ....,.-.. 




Okaneese 








Ponndroaker's Reserve 




Armadale Mission. 




Assissippi 




Frog Lake 




Upper do 








Blood Reserve 




School book and slates. 








Stoves and pipes 








Freight and express charges 








Prizes 




JNn rvc.vs - — 


12,133 40 


Cutting and stacking hay 








Treaty No. 1 :— 


192 20 
2,768 00 




Cash advance, A. H. Vaughan for survey expenses 












5,405 20 


795,172 95 



11 



INDIANS. 



219 



Indians — Manitoba and N.W.T. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 






; 5,405 20 

3,863 12 

4,305 90 

1,933 00 
9 00 

3,927 87 

1,486 76 

1,340 29 

1,276 15 

1,963 67 

2,999 07 
9,065 94 


795,172 95 


Surveys — Continued. 
Treaty No. 4 : — 

Salary rations and personal expenses of A.W. Ponton. 


2,025 ?8 

1,804 40 

413 67 

765 01 

39 73 


Expenses of transport 












5,048 12 
2,385 00 

1,200 00 




Advance for 1884 -.. 

Wages and rations of party under J. C. Nelson 




2,790 07 

771 36 

487 37 

85 05 




Transport 

Camp Equipment 




Stationery, &c 

To be accounted for in 1884-5 




4,1*3 85 

172 05 




Treaty No. 5 :— 

Theodolite received from Department of Interior 

Freight 

Oats supplied for use of G. A Simpson's party...., 

Treaty No. 7 ;— 

Personal services and rations of J. C. Nelson.. 

Wages and rations 




226 00 

6 00 

1,700 00 








1,390 60 

3,743 66 

1,414 14 

673 70 

33 70 




Expenses of transport 

Camp equipment 

Stationery, &c 




Less— Cash advanced in 1^82-3 




7,260 80 
3,332 93 




win Wages : — 

No. 3 — Crooked Lakes: — 

Instructor , 




630 67 

852 45 

3 64 

485 00 

854 34 

95 


19,443 09- 


Laborer 




Commission 




No. 4 — Qu'Appelle : — 




Labor 




No 5.— File Hills :— 

Instructor , 




525 00 

750 81 

33 

771 14 

1,187 43 

5 10 




Labor , 




Commission , , , 




No. 6.— Touchwood Hills;— 




Labor „ 




Commission ,.. 




1 ! No. 7. — Indian Head: — 

Instructor , 




1,008 45 

1,976 13 

14 49 




Commission 




j 






Carried forward , « 


814,616 04 



220 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1833-4. 



11 



Indians— Manitoba and N. W. T. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
814,616 04 


Brought forward 

Farm Wagges — Continued. 
A o 8 — Duck Lake : — 

Instructor 


730 08 

346 32 

36 


9,065 94 

1,076 74 
1,287 98 
1,204 00 
1,028 63 

797 51 
1,441 65 
1,165 60 

747 36 
1,519 87 
3,436 15 
1,180 25 
6,200 70 
3,123 41 


Labor 


Commission. 




No. io.— Carlton :— 

Instructor 


730 06 

557 67 

25 


Labor 


Commission 




No. 11. — Eagle Ilills : — 

Instructor.. 

Labor 


629 23 

562 85 

11 92 

600 00 

418 44 

10 19 

560 00 
229 41 

8 10 

880 00 
552 09 

9 56 

730 06 

431 07 

4 47 


Commission 

.No 12.— Battle River :— 

Instructor 


Commission 

No. 13.— Jack Fish Creek :— 




Commission 

No. 14.— Fort Pitt:— 

Instructor 




Commission 


No. 15. — Frog Lake : — 


Labor , 


Commission 




No. 16. — Saddle Lake: — 

Instructor , 


450 00 

291 25 

6 11 




Commission - 


No, 17. — Lac la Nonne :— 


600 00 

905 31 

14 56 

729 96 

2,728 67 

27 52 




Commission 


No. 18.— Peace Hills :— 

Instructor 




Commission 




No. 19.— Morlcyville :— 


597 11 

560 00 

23 14 

763 83 

5,315 29 

121 58 

756 91 

2,305 25 

61 25 




Commission < ..-« t .»i 


No. 20. — Blackfoot Crossing : — 




No. 21. — Piegan Reserve : — 


Labor v 








Carried forward 


33,325 79 


814,616 



INDIANS. 



221 



Indians — Manitoba and Bf.W.T. 



Brought forward 

Farm Wages — Contin ued. 
No. 22. — Blood Reserve: — 

Instructor 

Labor 

Commission , 



No. 23— Pincher Creek : — 

Threshing grain 

Commission 



cts. 



851 62 

5,877 86 
134 59 



No. 24.— Fish Creek 

Labor 

Commission 



No. 25 — Moose Mountain 

Instructor 

Commission 



No. 26. — Sarcee Reserve : — 

Instructor 

Labor .. 

Commission 



Instructions to Indians on Reserves :- 

Instructor ,. 

Labor 

Comnrssion. 



Farm Maintenance : — 

No 3. — Crooked Lakes 

Supplies 

Horses ... 

General expenses.. 

Oats and hay 

Travelling 

Blacksmith 

Freight 

Commission ,... 



No. 



4. — Q \j£ Appelle : — 

Supplies 

General expenses.., 

Blacksmith. 

Freight , 

Commission 



No 



5. — File lit lis:— 

Supplies 

General expenses. 

Blacksmith 

Board 

Freight 

Commission 



No. 6. — Tnuchivood Hills :— 

Supplies 

Rebuilding stables, &c. 

Stabling horses, &c 

Blacksmith 

General expenses , 

Freight.. 

Travelling expenses 

Commission 



Carried forward 



49 50 


99 


■— 


246 31 


4 93 


513 33 


5 13 


■ 



608 85 

1,631 04 

44 80 



509 56 

215 00 

4 55 



491 72 

425 00 

87 35 

34 10 

15 45 

2 00 

2 14 

79 



267 92 

62 50 

28 95 

27 37 

54 



313 67 
19 00 
31 25 

8 00 

9 20 
38 



321 82 

200 00 

27 50 

18 00 

15 80 

23 01 

7 80 

86 



cts. 



33,325 79 



6,8?4 17 



50 49 



251 24 



18 46 



2,284 69 



729 11 



1,058 55 



387 28 



381 50 



614 79 



2,442 12 



$ Ct9i 



814,616 04 



44,023 95- 



858,639 99 



222 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Indians— Manitoba and X.W.T. 



Brought forward 



Farm Maintenance — Continued. 
No. 12. — Battle River: — 

Supplies , 

General expenses 

Blacksmith 

Horse hire , 

Freight 

Commission 



■No. 13.— Jack Fish Creek:— 

Supplies 

Blacksmith.. 

Freight 

Boar , 

Commission , 



cts. 



676 15 
73 30 
24 75 
39 00 

203 52 
97 



-Yo. 



.No 



U. — For, 

Supplies 

Freight 

Commission. 



Pitt :- 



7. — Indian Head:— 

tSupplies 

Horses 

General expenses , 

Oats and hay . 

Sleighs 

Blacksmith 

Freight 

Scales 

Commission , 



-No. 



8.— Duck Lake:— 

Supplies 

General expenses 

Travelling expenses. 

Blacksmith 

Freighting 



No 10. — Carlton:- 
Supplies 

Lumber, &c . „ 
Blacksmith .... 
Freights 



No. 



11.— Eagle Hill* 

Supplies 

General expenses 

Blacksmith 

Boar 

Freight 

Commission 



No. 



No. 



15. — Frog Lake: — 

Supplies 

Horse 

Freight 

Commission 



16.— ?« Idle Lake:— 

Supplies 

General expenses 

Blacksmith 

Freight 

Commission ."... 



Carried forward 10,651 07 



447 65 
36 25 

117 70 

12 50 

60 



1,047 26 

138 81 

06 



297 37 

400 00 

264 81 

270 74 

70 00 

16 03 

2 55 

32 50 

7 67 



199 66 
12 00 
29 50 
35 75 

229 47 



152 18 

180 00 

28 50 

242 97 



688 87 
30 50 

127 30 
12 50 

207 63 
1 70 



1,002 73 

175 00 

113 92 

09 



440 79 

44 60 

30 00 

42 47 

73 



cts. 



2,442 12 



1,017 69 



614 60 



1,186 13 



1,361 67 



506 38 



603 65 



1,068 50 



1,291 74 



558 59 



cts 



858,639 99 



858,639 9! 



INDIANS. 



223 



Indians— Manitoba ami N W.T. 



Brought forward". 

Farm Maintenance —Continued, 
No. 17. — Lao la Nonne : — 

Supplies 

Hay and oats 

General expenses 

Blacksmith 

Board and lodging .< 

Freight . 

Commission 



No. 18. — Peace Hills: 

Supplies ... 

General expenses 

Blacksmith 

Board 

• Freight 

Commission 



$ cts. 



Less — Amount deducted from salary of S. B. Lucas 
tor board of his family 



JVo. 19. — Morleyville 

Supplies 

Horses 

Blacksmith. 

Freight 

Commission , 



No. 20. — Blackfoot Crossing 

Supplies 

Lumber 

General expenses 

Blacksmith 

Grain 

Hay 

Indian messengers 

Freight 

Commission 



No 



21. — Piegan Reserve : — 

Supplies 

Horses 

Blacksmith 

General expenses 

Lumber „,.. 

Travelling 

Commission ,. , 



.No. 22.— Blood Reserve :— 

Supplies 

HoTses 

Lumber and logs 

Erecting and finishing building. 

Oats and barley 

Blacksmith 

General expenses 

Freight 

Commission t 



868 08 
115 00 
52 00 
33 00 
20 75 
66 28 
2 44 



1,053 98 
42 55 
41 25 
38 00 

74 04 
2 14 



1,256 96 



56 61 



782 55 
375 00 

8 00 
15 42 

8 26 



2,142 63 
901 04 
64 00 
60 50 
48 50 
10 00 
8 GO 
76 17 
21 98 



1,343 98 
375 00 
118 50 
33 00 
29 00 
27 50 
11 65 



Less— Transfer from Department of Public Works, hire of 
horses used in catting the Kootenay trail 



Carried fonvard 



2,862 20 

750 00 

466 10 

882 00 

229 07 

100 62 

33 25 

8 37 

48 54 

5,330 15 

433 00 



$ cts. 



10,651 07 



1,157 53 



1,200 35 



$ cts. 



858,639 99 



1,189 23 



3,332 72 



1.938 63 



4,947 15 
24,416 68 



858,639 9» 



224 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 18S3-4. 



Indians— Manitoba and X.W.T. 



Brought forward 



I mm 11 Maintenance — Continued. 
No. 23—Pincher Creek :— 

Suoplies 

Board 

Commission 



No. 2X.—Fish Creek :— 

Supplies 

General expenses ... 

Blacksmithing 

Commission 



$ cts 



No. 25. — Moose Mountain 

Freight 

Blacksmithing 

Commission .. 



No. 26. — Sarcee R serve :- 

Supplies 

Horses 

Lumber 

Blacksmith 

Board 

Freight 

General expenses 

Commission , 



Farms Generally 
Freighting... 



Sionx:- 

Medical attendance 

Blacksmithing 

Harness 

Wages 

Ploughing 

Seed grain , ... 

Cutting hay 

Freight - 

Implements 

Expenses, prosecution of persons selling liquor to Indians. 
Commission 



General Expenses J — 

Salary ot E. Dewdaey. 
do H. Reed 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



E. McColl 

T. P. Wadsworth 

W. McGirr 

J. F. Graham 

R. J. N. Pither.... 

H. Martineau 

G. McPherson. ...... 

A. McKay 

J. Reader 

A. McDonald 

VV. Anderson 

J- A. McRae 

J. M. Rae 

T. T. Quinn , 

C. E. Penny 

W. Pockl : ngton... 

M. Begg 

J. Mclntyre 

L. W. Herehmer... 

F. Ogletree 



Carried forward 



128 25 

24 25 

49 



212 20 
37 37 
31 00 

1 37 



11 70 
2 00 
12 



1,179 87 

750 00 

129 88 

87 75 

13 50 

49 13 

1 50 

20 35 



3,200 00 
1,600 00 
2,133 97 
1,800 00 
1,400 00 

261 34 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 

399 96 
1,200 00 
1,200 00 
1,020 00 
1,200 00 

884 70 

1,300 00 

1,050 00 

83 07 

786 66 
1,200 00 

800 00 



25,519 70 



$ cts. 



24,416 68 



152 99 



281 94 



13 82 



2,231 98 
9 71 




$ cts. 



858,639 99- 



27,107 i: 



459 6 



886,206 



II 



INDIANS. 



225 



Indians— Manitoba and N.W T. 



Brought forward 



General Expenses — Concluded. 

do A. M. Muckle 

do L. J. A. Leveque ... 

do , J. P. Wright 

do " J. J. McHugh , 



Salaries of clerks , 

Travelling expenses, E. Dewdney 

do T. P. Wadsworth 

Wages, interpreters, storemen - 

Printing and advertising ., 

Travelling expenses 

Medical attendance and medicine 

Bent andiuel 

Telegrams 

One-third cost of mail service in N.-W.T 

Supplies for agencies 

Inspection of do ..., 

[Freight and express charges 

Blacksmithing 

Hardware , 

Horses, wagons, &c 

Supplies „.,.. '. 

Sundries , 

Board allowance « , 

Herding and driving cattle 

Expenses while paying annuities , 

do distributing seed grain , 

Building houses and lumber 

Ploughing 

Transport of Indians 

Hay and oats 

Postage and stationery 

Buckboards 

Special messenger carrying mail 

E. Norman, services as acting agent, 6 months 

Moving storehouse ..; 

Carrying mails 

Guards at small-pox hospital 

Purchase of house for offices 

Gratuity to J. F. Graham 

Stabling horses 

Bafting lumber 

Subscription to newspapers 

Expenses taking charge of insane Indian 

Expenses of L. Vankoughnet's trip to North-West .... 

Stoves for agency 

Building boat. 

Threshing grain 

Bent of telephone, 1 year, to Dec. 1, 1884, at Regina. 

Sleighs 

Supplies for Indians during small-pox epidemic 

2 Babcock fire extinguishers, G. Reiffenstein 

Funeral expenses of Indians 

Searches in Registry Office, and copying 

Expenses in arresting an Indian 

do harvesting grain , 

Blacksmiths' tool3 , 

Samples of tools , 

Legal expenses, Aikins, Culver & Hamilton 

Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer 

Commission 

Advance to aid in erection of 4 gristmills 



cts. 



25,519 70 



900 00 

1,066 61 

1,100 00 

73 50 



5-15 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



28,659 

11,404 

616 

1,861 

8,537 

1,578 

8,936 

2,438 

6,162 

1,466 

5,676 

579 

689 

1,659 

640 

28 

219 

490 

1,251 

2,786 

878 

5,345 

552 

2,343 

306 

130 

2,106 

1,023 

398 

62 

500 

150 

75 

407 

2,950 

1,066 

143 

245 

13 

121 

979 

39 2 

115 

1,251 

40 

113 

216 

119 

29 

71 

88 

140 

150 

594 

18 

848 

743 

399 

6,500 



81 
IS 
25 
50 
76 
57 
37 
13 
30 
43 
66 
23 
55 
86 
95 
14 
50 
58 
82 
00 
73 
02 
30 
03 
50 
00 
35 
34 
85 
75 
00 
00 
00 
50 
00 
66 
60 
00 
00 
92 
13 
33 
00 
34 
00 
00 
38 
00 
00 
50 
00 
00 
98 
98 
39 
64 
95 
58 
00 



$ cts; 



886,206 74 



117,314 34 
1,003,521 08 



226 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Indians— Manitoba and NVW-T. 



Brought forward 



Commissioner's Honse and Offices : — 

Expenditure under coutract 

Building vault 

do shed 

Travelling expenses 

Digging well 

Drawing plans .. 

Electric bells 



Industrial Schools: — 

Salaries. ~ 

Wages ..' 

Repaiis to building, and lumber 

Beef, potatoes and flour 

Supplies 

Hay 

Making clothing ... 

2 fire extinguisher?, G. Reiflenstein. 

Freight and express charges 

Travelling 

Making tables for school 

Board allowance „ - 

Blacksmith 

School bowks. 

Miscellaneous , 

Sleighs .. 

Seeds 

Medical attendance. 

Barley 

Telegrams 

Commission M 



Expenditure by Public Works Department. 
Expenditure under contract ~ 

do do 

Clerk of Works 

Legal expenses, Hon. Jas. Armstrong.. 



Total Expenditure 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



7,979 97 
1,100 00 
400 00 
273 20 
167 50 
165 00 
50 00 



1,947 64 

328 74 

456 69 

504 12 

899 56 

534 50 

196 62 

114 50 

110 36 

128 68 

75 25 

27 14 

26 75 

12 75 

20 15 
80 00 

21 15 

15 00 
36 87 

50 

16 96 



5,553 93 

3,530 00 

2,790 00 

125 00 

20 00 



$ cts. 



1,003,521 08 



10,135 6T 



12,018 93 
1,025,67568 



INDIANS. 227 



Ottawa, 7th February, 1884. 

Sir, — In examining the Indian Consolidated Fund vouchers for August, I find a 
payment of $500 to Mr. Frank Norman, Inspector of the Mounted Police, for service* 
as Acting Indian Agent. Will you he kind enough to inform me of the date of th« 
Order in Council upon which this payment was made. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-General. 
It. Vankougiinet, Esq., 

Deputy Supt.Gen., Dept. Indian Affairs. 



Ottawa, 14th February, 1884. 

Sir, — I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the Yth inst.» 
asking for information regarding the payment of $500 to Mr. Frank Norman, Inspec- 
tor of the Mounted Police, for services as Acting Indian Agent, and to inform you, in 
reply, that Mr. Norman was temporarily employed as Acting Indian Agent at Fort 
Walsb, and the Superintendent-General authorized the payment of the amount above 
stated, in compensation for services, on the recommendation of the Indian Commis- 
sioner for the North-West Territories, but that there was no Order in Council, as it 
was not considered that authority by Council was necessary, the^employment of Mr. 
Norman having been only temporary, 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

L. VANKOUGHNET, 

Deputy Supt.-Gen. of Indian Affairs. 
J. L. McDougall, Esq., 

Auditor- General, Ottawa. 



Ottawa, 15th February, 1884. 

Sir, — I have the honor to say, in answer to your letter of the 14th instant, that 
the payment to Mr. Norman of $500 for his services as Acting Indian Agent, while 
he was receiving $1,000 per annum as an official of the Mounted Police, should have 
been sanctioned by an Order in Council, even supposing that he was only tempo* 
rarily employed. 

I have the honor to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, 

Auditor-QeneraL 
L. Vankoughnet, Esq., 

Deputy Supt.-Gen., Dep. Indian Affairs. 



5-15J 



228 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



21 



Indian Trust Fund. 



Balance at credit of these funds on 30th June, 1883 

Interest accrued during the year on funds in the hands of the 
Dominion Government : — 

§1,107,812.93 at 6 per cent 

573,600.00 do 5 do 

1,466,698.97 do 4 do , 

2,874.16 without interest. 



$3,150,986.06 

Collections during the year 

Government grants, Estimates 1883-84. 
do Supplementary.... 



Total receipts during the year. 



do Expenditures do 

Balance at credit 30th June, 1834 



$ cts. 



66,438 78 
28,680 00 
58,667 96 



82,965 88 

32,780 00 

1,200 00 



$ cts. 



153,816 74 



116,945 88 



$ cts. 



3,150,986 01 



270,762 62} 

3,421,748 681 
218,510 67 



3,203,233 01 



ii 



INDIANS. 



229 



'MMARY of Interest, Eeceipts and Expenditure, during the Fiscal Year 
ended 30th June, 1884.— Indian Trust Fund. 



Name of Tribe. 



Batchewana Indians 

Chippewas of Beausoleil. 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Nawash. 

Rama 

Sarnia , 

Saugeen , 

Snake Island... 

Thames , 

Walpole Island 



Fort William Band. 

French River Indians 

Garden River IncliaDS . 

Henvy's Inlet Indians 

Lake Nipissing Indians 

Manitoulin (unceied) 

Meganattewan Indians 

Mississaguas of Alnwick 

do Credit - 

do Rice Lake 

do Mud Lake. 

do Scugog 

Mokawks of Bay ot Quinte 

Moravians of Thames 

Munsees of Thames , 

Ojibbewas and Ottawas of Manitoulin 

do Lake Huron. .. 

do Lake Superior. 

Mississagua River 

Oneidas of Thames , ... 

Parry Island Indians 

Pottawattamies of Walpole Island 

Serpent River Indians 

Six Nations 

Shawanaga Indians , 

Spanish River Indians 

Thessalon River Indians 

Tootoomenai and Band.......... 

Whitefish River Indians , 

Wyandotts of Anderdon 

Abenaki of St. Francis 

do BeQancour 

Amalacites of Isle Verte and Viger 

Golden Lake Indians 

Hurons of Lorette 

Iroquois of Caughnawaga , 

do St. Regis 

Lake St. John Indians 

Lake of Two Mountains Indians 

Nipissinguas of the Upper Ottawa 

River Desert Indians 

Songha3 of British Columbia 



Cowichan 


do 


Musquean 


do 


Squamish 


do 


Harrissnis 


do 


Qumechan 


do 


Ghemaines 


do 


Uhillihertzas 


do 



St. Peter's Band, Manitoba 

Brokenhead Band do 

Portage la Prairie Band, Manitoba. 
Rosseau River do 



Interest. 



$ cts. 

477 36 

2,738 16 

13,844 44 

2,609 76 

8,221 84 

11,405 04 

1,225 04 

3,527 72 

3,251 44 

45 68 

35 48 

1,184 00 

188 72 

452 76 

15 40 

18 44 

3,920 56 

6,382 16 

1,050 68 

1,754 88 

570 80 

5,879 44 

6,834 28 

107 88 

4,218 40 

2,512 64 

2,035 32 

164 44 

24 88 

1,603 32 

253 68 

64 04 

45,412 72 

'248 48 

114 16 

404 60 

54 52 
90 84 

3,083 08 

150 88 

31 92 

72 80 

96 
26 08 

713 04 

1,725 00 

41 88 

53 43 

143 00 

1,374 80 

258 28 

3 00 

1 72 

2 72 
1 00 

60 
8 00 

1 40 

55 88 
1 80 

12 24 
14 48 



Receipts. 



$ cts. 

907 73 

330 29 

7,052 65 

161 84 

2,571 58 

7,249 07 

832 58 

2,469 31 

422 86 

13,782 52 

8 00 

1,823 90 

38 00 

4,126 17 

684 66 

29 00 

1,918 67 

650 45 

88 92 

107 90 

411 81 

2,653 15 



8,896 95 

9,956 59 

5,723 41 

170 15 

216 07 

352 28 

231 24 

813 02 

1,029 54 

960 25 

39 40 

854 32 



1,735 43 

1,998 52 

266 34 



3,504 12 



36 00 
3,69 1 68 
1,780 83 
1,017 50 



1,423 14 

3,057 50 

140 00 



Expenditure 



$ cts. 

753 09 

2,785 69 

12,375 16. 

2,823 01 

10,378 10 

10,889 18 

1,420 56 

5,951 63 

3,528 45 

1,827 89 

20 48 

1,816 85 

212 08 

961 94 

109 44 

1 74 

4,065 08 

8,264 10 

1,092 66 

1,749 89 

1,277 64 

7,074 30 

7,675 02 

107 83 

6,401 43 

11,988 45 

7,398 87 

332 99 

220 21 

1,859 30 

566 72 

162 54 

35,984 41 

367 88 

98 52 

375 65 

59 22 

261 24 

2,149 42 

520 99 



350 41 



14 76 

6,295 50> 

3,621 95 

927 19 

19 85 

223 12 

2,094 51 

303 73 

109 50 





......... ...... ><s 






10 00 
122 50 


16 00 

137 25 


958 50 


221 16 


132 00 


55 20 



170,299 78 



230 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



it 



Summary of Interest, Receipts and Expenditure, during the Fiscal Year 
ended 30th June, 1884 — Concluded. 



No. 



61J 
510 

siy 

52 
53 
54 
55 
56 
57 
58 
59 
60 
61 
62 
63 
64 
65 



Name of Tribe. 



Brought forward. 



Fort Alexander Band, Manitoba. ... 

Assataskashi^g do 

Indians of the Lake of the Woods.. 

do Nova Scotia 

do New Brunswick 

Tobique Indians of New Brunswick. 
Indians of Prince Edward Island.... 

Clinch, J. B 

Maiville, Nancy 

Manace, James 

Wabbuck, William - 

Province of Quebec Indian Fund.... 

Indian Land Management Fund 

Suspense Account 

Indian School Fund 

Survey Account.. 

Superannuation 



Less— Abenakis of Becancour, amount of 
refnad of previous year 



Total Interest 

do Receipts (including Gov. grants), 
do Expenditure 



Interest. 



$ ets. 
140,725 04 



1 00 

72 80 



26 92 

108 64 

179 60 

1 20 

47 48 

101 00 

60 60 

80 80 

2,031 00 

4,523 10 

189 56 

5,668 00 



153,816 74 



153,816 74 



Receipts. 



$ cts. 
97,441 34 





89 50 






25 30 

25 00 

524 00 

1,036 58 


52 70 
145 60 

69 35 
339 93 







4,226 00 

1,847 76 

261 90 

11,600 00 



116,987 88 
42 00 



Expenditure 



$ ctg. 
170,299 78 



101 06 

60 64 

40 45 

9,087 89 

16,150 98 

380 44 

19,302 72 

1,200 00 

1,189 63 



218,510 67 



Legal Expenses — Indian Trust Fund: — 

A. Choquet $102 70 



L. R. Church, Q.C. 
J. A. G- Oreighton.. 

Loftus Cuddy 

A. V. Gladu 

W. H. C. Kerr 

J. A. Macdonell 

Wilson, Smith & Co. 



306 23 
47 96 

334 42 
30 50 

187 €6 
13 85 
26 76 



$950 08 






11 



INDIAN TRUST FUND. 



231 



Indian Trust Fund — Expenditure during the Year 1883-4. 



Distribution among Indians ■ ♦ 


$ cts. 


$ cts>J 
116,454 01 




15,427 27 
2,469 75 








17,897 02 


General expenses of agents and others , 

Printing and advertising , , „ 


3,870 78 
387 66 




4,258 44 
1,415 00 


Superannuation allowance » 

Grants to schools M „ 

Teachers' salaries ;.... 


""aJTS" to* 

9,556 20 
526 88 

6 00 


Books for schools 

Frizes in schools 


18,416 09 


Physicians' salaries, medicine, &c 

do missionaries ■ 

Pensions for Indians ... .. .... « 

Chiefs board... 


7,385 42 

10,470 03 

1,607 51 

2,806 38 

800 00 




23,069 34 


1 Supplies for hospital and sick and destitute..... , 


2,151 62 
2,712 05 
5,074 47 
1,382 40 

209 50 


j Seed grain 




Blankets 




] Oxen- , 






11,724 17 




5,907 95 
5,929 17 
5,637 24 


Bridges and roads „ 






17,474 36 
950 08 






Losses by fire „ 


545 00 

182 25 

1,793 71 




Rent and taxes , 


2,520 96 


Travelling expenses 


3,129 56 

115 63 

358 63 

627 il 

150 00 

215 20 

329 73 

220 70 

278 98 

265 82 

37 00 

241 50 

27 75 

36 43 

100 00 

270 00 

193 00 

137 85 

720 72 

300 00 

104 60 

3,000 00 

50 00 

152 00 

11600 

21 00 

27 75 




Telegrams and postage 

Fuel 

Funeral expenses 




Services in connection with Oka Indians ,. 




Safes for offices , , 




Removal expenses of Mr. Plummer from Toronto 

Implements .. , 

Inspection of buildings 

Protection of muskrat grounds - 

Stationery „ 




Grant to exhibition at Caughnawaga 




Agricultural prizes 




Uniforms for band „ , , 




Compensation for improvements on removal from reserve , 




Distributing seed grain 




Grant to institution at Fort Elgin 

Expenses of reception of Lieutenant-Governor of Ontario 




Fencing 




Inspection of lands 

Counting trees .....'.*..'.*!..!!.'.'!..!... 

Miscellaneous *. .'.*.*..*."."*.*.. ".'.'.'. '!""!"!!!!!!!". 


11,226 96 
75 09 


Subscription to newspapers 




Stationery Office 




186 74 






10 70 








Less— Amounts loaned from capital to Indians, to pay debts, and now 
refunded 


225,678 87 
7,168 20 








Total 


218,510 67 



232 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



II 



mounted Police— Pay of Force. 



$ cts. 



•5 A M Division : — 

Fort Walsh:— 

Superintendent, A. Shurtleff, Jan. to May, 1883, 5 

months, at $1,400 , 

Inspector A. Griesbach, Jan. and Feb., 1883, 2 months, 

at $1,000 

Inspector Frank Norman, Jan. to May, 1883, 5 months, 

at $1,0.0 



Attached, Commissioner A. G. Irvine, Jan., 1883, 1 

month, at $2,600 

Attached, Inspector H. R. Prevost, April and May, 1883, 

2 months, at $1,000 

Attached, Surgeon A. Jukes, Jan. to March, 1883, 3 

months, at $1,490 - , 

Attached, Assistant Surgeon Robt. Miller, Jan. to May., 

1883, 5 months, at $1,200 



Total, Officers Pay 

Men's pay, Jan. to May, 1883, 5 months 

do extra work, demolishing Fort Walsh. 



Total Pay, Fort Walsh 

Less— Paid in 1882-83 at Ottawa, on account 



Paid as follows — 

To I. G. Baker & Uo 

Quartermaster's stoppages. 
Into fine fund 

Paid at Ottawa, on account. 



Maple Creek : — 

Superintendent, A. Shurtleff, June, 1883, to April, 1884, 

11 months, at $1.400 « 

Superintendent, J. H. Mclllree, May, 1884, 1 month, at 

$1,400 

Inspector, S. B. Steele, June to Aug., 1883, 3 months, 

at $1,000 '. 

Inspector, F. Norman, June, 1883, 1 month, at $1,000... 
Inspector, A. R. Macdonell, Oct., 1883, to May, 1884, 8 

montns, at $1,000 

Inspector, A. R. Macdonell, on account of May, 1883.... 

Attached, Surgeon R. Miller, June, 1883, to April, 1884 
11 months, at $1,200 ... 

Attached, Inspector H. R. Prevost, June and July, 1883, 
2 months, at $1,000 

Attached, Inspector J. Howe, July to Oct., 1883, 4 
months, at $1,000 



Total, Officers Pay 

Men's pay, June, 1883 

do July, 1883, to May, 1884, 11 months. 
Extra pay to farmers and artizans 



Total Pay, Maple Creek 

Less— Paid at Ottawa in 1884-85, on account. 



Paid as follows— 

Letter of Credit— A. G. Irvine 

do P. R. Neale.. 

do Department.. 

Quartermaster's stoppages 

Into fine fund 



Carried forward. 



583 30 
166 66 
416 65 

216 66 
166 66 
349 98 
500 00 



10,261 00 
127 80 



9,858 77 

1,033 14 

107 70 

323 10 



1,283 26 

116 66 

249 99 
83 33 

666 64 
50 00 



1,100 00 
166 66 
333 32 



2,570 95 

14,568 51 

247 15 



10,096 27 

8,057 45 

2,485 79 

663 66 

66 80 



$ cts. 



1,166 61 



1,233 30 



2,399 91 



10,388 80 

12,788 71 
1,466 00 



11,322 71 



2,449 88 



1,599 98 



4,049 86 



17,386 61 



21,436 47 
66 50 



21,369 97 



$ cts. 



11,322 71 



21,369 97 



32,692 



MOUNTED POLICE. 



233 



Fay of Force. 



Brought forward^ 



<*B" ©I vision : — 

r,a : — 

Commissioner, A. G. Irvine, June, 1883, to May, 1884, 

12 month?, at $2,600 

Superintendent, W. M. Herchmer, June, 1883, to May, 

1884, 12 months at $1,400 

Superintendent, John Cotton, June, 1883, to Jan., 1884, 

8 months, at $1,400 

Superintendent, R. B. Deane, April to May, 1884, 2 

months, at $1,400 

Superintendent, P. R. Neale, April to June, 1884, 3 

months, at $1,400 

Inspector, R. B. Deane, July, 1883, to March, 1884, 9 

months, at $1,000 

Inspector, J French, June, 1883, 1 month, at $1,000... 
Inspector, A. H. Griesbach, June to Sept., 1883,4 months, 

at$i,000 , 

Inspector, A. R. Macdonell, June to Sept., 1883, 4 

months, at $1,000 : 

Inspector, P. R. Neale, July, 1883, to March, 1884, 9 

months, at $1,000 

Inspector, A. B. Perry, July, 1883, to May, 1884, 11 

months, at $1,000 ... 

Inspector, P. Norman, July, 1883, to May, 1884, 7 

months, at $1,000 

Inspector, H. R. Prevost, Dec, 1883, to Jan., 1884, 2 

months, at $1,000 , 

Inspector, S. B, Steele, Sept. to Nov., 1883. 3 months 

at $1,000 

Inspector, Geo. B. Moffatt, Sept., 1883, 1 month, at $1,000 
Inspecior, W. S. Morris, May, 1884, 1 month, at $1,000... 
Inspector, M. fl. White-Fraser, May, 1884, 1 month, at 

$1,000 , 

Senior surgeon, Augustus Jukes, June, 1883, to May, 

1884, 12 months, at $700 



Attached, Superintendent A. Shurtleff, May, 1884, 1 
month, at $1,400 

Attached, Superintendent Severe Gagnon, May, 1884, 1 
month, at $1,400 



Total, Officers' Pay 

Men's pay, June, 1883 , 

do July, 1883, to May, 1884.. 
Extra pay to farmers and artisans 



Total Pay, Regina , 

Less— Paid at Ottawa in 1882-83, on account, 
do 1884-85 do 



Paid as follows— 

Letter of Credit — Herchmer.... 

do Perry 

do Neale 

do Department. 

Into fine fund 

Quartermaster's stoppages 

Hospital stoppages 



> " I>i vision : — 

Fort Macleod:— 

Superintendent, L. N. F. Crozier, Jan., 1883, to Dec, 

1883, 12 months, at $1,400 

Inspector, F. J. Dickens, Jan., 1883, to July, 1883, 7 

mouths, at $1,000 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



2,599 92 

1,399 92 

933 28 

233 32 

349 98 

749 97 
83 33 

333 32 

333 32 

749 97 

916 63 

916 63 

166 66 

249 99 
83 33 
83 33 

83 33 

699 96 

116 66 
116 66 



1,897 35 

33,316 85 

234 10 



30 00 
27 00 



38,437 98 
3,189 82 

63 45 
2,353 49 

91 50 
2,401 45 

53 12 



583 31 



1,983 23 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



32,692 68 



10,966 19 



233 32 



11,199 51 

35,418 30 
46,647 81 

57 00 



46,590 81 



46,590 81 



79 8 283 49 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



II 



Pay of Force. 



Brought forward 



*'»" Division — Cor.clued. 
Fort McLeod — Concluded. 

Inspector, Geo. B. Moffatt, Oct., 1883, to Dec, 1883, 3 

months, at $1,000. 

Inspector, J. Howe, Nov., 1883, to Dec, 1883, 2 months, 
at $1,000 i 



Men's pay and work ($48 90), Jan. to June, 1883, 6 

months 

do do ($21 70), July to Dec, 1683, 6 
months • 

do on account of, Jan. to April, 1884, 4 months 



Total Pay, Port Macleod .. 
Less— Paid in 1882-83 



Paid as follows — 

By I. G. Baker & Co 

Letter of Credit — Department 

Into Fine Fund 

Quartermaster' 8 stoppages 

Hospital stoppages 



"D" Division:— 

Battleford :— 

Superintendent, L. N. F. Crozier, Feb. to May, 1884, 4 

months, at $1,400 

Inspector, W. D. Antrobus, June, 1883, to May, 1884 

at $1,000 .' 

Inspector, F. J. Dickens, Aug , 1883, to May, 1884, 10 

months, at $1,000 

Surgeon, R. Miller, May, 1884, 1 month, at $1,200 .... 



Men's pay, June, 1881 

do July, 1883, to May, 1884, 11 months. 



Total Pay, Battleford 

Less— Paid in 1884-85 at Ottawa, on account 



Paid as follows — 

Letter of credit — Antrobus 

do Department . , 

Paid into Fine Fund , 

Hospital stoppages , 

Quartermaster's stoppages ..... 



Fort Saskatchewan : — 

Superintendent, Severe Gagnon, Sept , 1883, to April, 

1884, 8 months, at $1,400 

Inspector, Severe Gagnon, July, 1883, to Aug., 1£83, 

2 months, at $1,000 

Inspector, A. H. Griesbach, Oct., 1883, to May, 1881, 8 

months, at $1,000 



Pay of men, July, 1683, to May, 1884, 11 months 



Total pay, Fort Saskatchewan 

Less— Paid in 1884-85, by Department, on 
account 



Paid as follows : — 

Letter of credit— Gagnon 

do Department 

Paid into Fine Fund 

Quatermaster's stoppages 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



1,983 23 

249 99 
166 66 



9,890 00 

10,549 50 
607 60 



17,761 24 

2,520 09 

98 30 

1,726 90 

82 42 



466 64 

999 96 

833 30 
100 00 



1,175 41 
17,766 35 



17,542 85 

1,643 88 

11 00 



1,500 32 

933 28 
166 66 
666 61 



5,488 33 

94 30 

95 00 
993 23 



$ cts. 



2,399 88 



21,047 10 

23,446 98 
1,258 03 



22,188 95 



2,399 90 



18,941 76 

21,341 66 
6-13 61 



20,698 05 



1 766 58 
4,921 84 



6,638 42 
17 56 



6,670 86 



II 



MOUNTED POLICE. 



23& 



Pay of Force. 



Brought forward 



«E» I>i vision:— 

Calgary : — 

Superintendent, J.H. Mc Illree, Jan. to Dec, 1883, and 

Feb. to April, 1884, 15 months, at $1,400 , 

Inspector, T. Dowling, Jan. to Dec, 1883, 12 months, 

at $1 000 

Inspector, H. R. Prevost, Aug., 1883, to Nov., 1883, 4 

months, at $1,000 

Inspector S. B. Steele, Dec, 1883, 1 month, at $1,000... 



Attached, Assistant surgeon Geo. A. Kennedy, Jan. to 
Dec, 1883, 12 months, at $1,200 



Total Officers' pay 

Men's pay, Jan. to June, 1883, 6 months 

do July to Dec, 1883, 6 months 

do on account of Jan. to May, 1884, 5 months. .. 



Less— Paid in 1882-83, by Department. 



Paid as follows :— 

By I. G. Baker & Co 

Letter of Credit— Department. 

Into Fine Fund 

Quatermaster's stoppages , 



iervices in mounted Police Department at Ottawa: 

L. F. Deslauriers, constable, July, 1883, to March, 1884, 275 

days, at 70c 

do do April to June, 1884, 91 days, 

at 75c 

do do board allowance, 366 days, 
at 50c , 



L. Duplessis, extra clerk, 366 days, at $1, 
do copying, 12 months, at $15 . 



R. M. Gallwey, constable, July to Dec, 1883, 184 days, at 

50c 

do do Jan. to June, 1884, 182 days, at$l 

do do board allowance, July to Feb., 

1884, 244 days, at $0.50 

do do copying, Jan. to Dec, 1883, and 
March to June, 1884, 10 mos 
at $15 „.., 



John Graham, storeman, Feb. 4, to March 13, 1884, 39 days, 
at$l - 

D. Morrison, packer, July, 1883, to June, 1884, 366 days, at$l 
C. J. Peargon, constable, Aug. 14, to Nov. 30, 1883, 10£ 

days, at 50c ... 

do corporal, Dec 1883, to April, 1884, 152 days 

at 85c > 

do sergeant, May and June, 1884, 61 days, at $1 

do compensation for clothing , 

do board allowance, Oct. 1883, to May, 1884, 8 

months, at $18 

do copying documents, 79 hours, at 50c 



W. J. Slaney, packer, June 9 to 30, 1884, 22 days, at $1 

C. R. W. Stuart, sergeant, July, 1883, to June, 1884, 366 

days, at $1 

C. R. W. Stuart, board allowance, 366 days, at 50c , 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



1,749 90 

999 96 

333 32 
83 33 



10,284 20 
849 95 



14,296 07 

5,239 80 

68 45 

1,948 17 



192 50 

68 25 

183 00 



366 00 
180 00 



92 00 

182 00 



122 00 



150 00 



54 50 

129 20 

61 00 
68 82 

144 00 
39 50 



366 00 
183 CO 



$ cts. 



1,200 00 
4,366 51 

18,547 CO 



22,913 51 
1,361 02 



21,552 49 



443 75 
546 00 



546 00 

39 00 
366 00 



497 02 
22 00 



549 00 
3,008 77 



$ cts. 



128,841 35 



21,552 49 



150,393 84 



236 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883- i. 



11 



Pay of Force. 



Brought forward 



John Thomson, packer, June 26, 1883, to June 30, 1834, 
371 days, at $1 



LES3- 



Total Services at Ottawa 

-Board allowance charged to " Transport " 

Commutation of clothing charged to "Clothing" 

Extra clerk, charged to "Contingencies" 

Copying, charged to do 

Packers do do 



Departmental services charged to " Pay of Force " 
Paid from letter of credit — Department 



Gratnties, Advances, Commission, «fcc: — 

Supt. , J. M. Walsh, gratuity oa retirement, 12 mos. pay. 
Insp., John French do 9£ do . 



Comr., A. G. Irvine, 1 mo. pay while on leave (to account) 
Insp., R. B. Deane, 3 mos pay while ou leave do 

Supt., S. Gagnon, advance by Dept. at Ottawa do 

Insp., S. B. Steele do do do 



H. L. Reynolds, Agent, Winnipeg, 1.2 mos., at $500 

I. G. Baker & Co., 2 per cent, commission on $39,519.60 
advanced, from Jan. to June, 1883 



Total Pay, including Surgeons 

Less — Share of surgeons' pay charged to Depart- 
of Indian Affairs 



Total Pay of Force 

Summaries : — 

Pay accrued in 1882-83, and charged in 1883-84. 
do 1883-84 



Less— Paid in 1884-85, on account. 



Commissioner..., 
Superintendents. 

Inspectors 

Surgeons 



Total officers' pay 

Men's pay 

Services in Department at Ottawa — 
Gratuities, advances, commission, &c. 



Less— Paid by the Department in 1882-83, on acconnt 
do ' do 1884-85 do 



Lettter of Credit- 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



-Department. 

Herchmer 

Antrobus. ... 

Irvine 

Neale 

Gagnon 

Perry 



Paid by L G. Baker & Co.. 
Quatermaster's stoppages 
Hospital stoppages 



Paid into Fine Fund. 



Total Payments 

Less — Transferred to Indian Dept., for surgeons. 



$ cts. 



632 00 

68 82 
366 00 
369 50 
798 00 



1,399 92 
797 97 



216 66 

249 99 

20 93 

5 80 



36,768 77 



2,816 58 

9,682 78 

12,132 85 

2,399 94 



27,032 15 

126,681 41 

1,145 45 

3,981 58 



$ cts. 



3,008 77 
371 00 



3,379 77 



2,234 32 



1,145 45 



2,197 89 



493 38 
499 92 

790 39 



151,725 54 
754 67 



4,115 05 
754 67 



18,997 09 

38,437 98 

17,542 85 

10,096 27 

8,120 90 

5,483 33 

3,189 82 



10,266 87 
135 54 



158,810 59 
4,869 72 



101,873 24 
42,706 47 



10,402 41 
538 75 



155,520 87 
1,550 00 



MOUNTED POLICE — CONTRACTS. 



23? 



Provisions, Forage and LigBit. 



Port Calgary :— 

Beef 

Bacon, clear sides, smoked, of this season's 

curing, packed in canvas sacks 

Flour, to pass Canadian inspection as 

"strong bakers' " 

Coffee, good Rio, green 

Sugar, broken loaf . 

Apples, dried 

Beans 

Rice 

Hops, pressed ~ 

Baking powder, in lib tins 

Biscuit, hard tack .- 

Oatmeal 

Mustard, in $lb. tins . 

Candles, sperm — 

Coal oil, in 5-gallon tins Galls. 

common 

do Castile 

Salt 

do rock 

Pepper, black, ground, in $lb. tins 

Matches Gross 

Tobacco, smoking, plug, Myrtle Navy 

do chewing, plug , 

Oats 

Bran , 

Hay Tons 

Straw do 



1882-3. 



Lbs. 



8,550 

53,500 

1,600 

10,000 

1,600 

1,600 

3,200 

100 

350 

10,600 

1,400 

150 

350 

270 

1,400 

75 

3,200 

150 

90 

18 

1.400 

'350 

220,000 

3,400 



Rate. 



P cts. 
08| 

21$ 

10 
24 
19 
16$ 
14 
14 
27$ 
55 
15 

"I 

55 

m 

10 
15 
30 
10 
104 

35" 

1 25 
75 
75 
07 
07 



1883-4. 



Lbs. 



68,C00 

5,000 

25,000 
500 

3,000 
700 
700 

1,000 
100 



1,000 
300 

250 
250 



50 

10 

1,000 

100,000 

5,000 

300 

100 



Rate. 



$ cts. 
14| 

24$ 

09J 
23 
19 1 , 
20" 
13$ 
13| 
76 



134 

11" 

26 

1 20 



31 

1 10 
71 

C6| 
06j 
14 75 
14 75 



1884-5. 



Lbs. 



83,000 

6,000 

50,00T 

1,200 

10,000 

1.500 

1,500 

300 

50 

400 



200 
ICO 
600 
100 
1,500 

50 



100,000 



Rate. 



$ cts. 
13 

151 



03| 
15} 

lift 

12ft 
05/O 
10ft 
36ft 
521 



it 



W£ 
89 
08 



02ft 

31f 

72 



Contractors for 1882-3 and 1883-4 : I. G. Baker & Co. For 1884-5 : Beef, T. C. Power ; oats, D. G, 
cBean ; for other supplies, Hudson Bay Co. t See note on page 240. 



rt Macleod : — 

Beef 

Bacon, clear sides, smoked, of this season's 

curing, packed in canvas sacks 

Flour, to pass Canadian inspection as 

"strong bakers' " 

Coffee, good Rio, green ,. 

Sugar, broken loaf 

Apples, dried 

Beans 

Rice 

Hops, pressed 

Baking powder, in lib. tins 

Biscuit, hard tack 

Oatmeal 

Mustard, in $lb. tins 

Candles, sperm 

Coal oil, in 5-gallon tins...., Galls 

Soap, common 

do Castile 

Salt 

do rock 

Pepper, black, ground, in $lb. tin3 

Matches Gross 

Tobacco, smoking, plug, Myrtle Navy .. 

do chewing, plug 

Oats 

Bran , , 

Hay Tons 

Straw do 



32,000 


08$ 


6S,C0O 


14| 


65,700 


4,500 


20 


1,000 


23^ 


8,000 


26,700 


084 


40,000 


081 


50,000 


800 


22$ 


1,200 


22 


500 


5,000 


17* 


6,000 


18$ 


8,0C0 


800 


15 


1,000 


19 


2,000 


800 


12$ 


1,000 


12$ 

124 


2,000 


1,600 


124 


2,000 


2,500 


50 


25 


100 


75 


100 


150 


50 


50 


65 


300 


5,500 


12$ 


1,000 


12$ 




600 


10 


1,000 


10 




50 


£0 


50 


50 


50 


150 


25 


250 


25 


250 


150 


90 


250 


1 00 


200 


600 


12$ 


100 


12$ 


250 


25 


25 


„» . 


, ...... 


100 


1,600 


08 


1,500 


08 


2,000 


50 


08$ 








50 


30 


• 75 


30 


60 


9 


1 00 


10 


1 00 


10 


600 


75 


1,000 


70 


200 


150 


75 


200 


60 




110,000 


06 


100,000 


05| 

05$ 




2,000 


05$ 


5,000 








300 
100 


22 00 
20 00 


300 

130 











15 



18 



05| 
21 
16$ 
17 
C9| 
10$ 
40 
52 



52 
25 
90 
12 
27 
06 



1G 70 
13 70 



Contractors for the three separate year3 : I. G. Baker & Co. 



238 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Provisions, Forage and Light. 



Fort Saskatchewan : — 

Beef 

Bacon, clear sides, smoked, of this sea- 
son's curing, packed in canvas sacks 

Flour, to pass Canadian inspection as 
".strong bakers' " 

Coffee, good Rio, green 

Sugar, broken loaf 

Apples, dried , 

Beans 

Rice - 

Hops, pressed 

Baking powder, in 1 lb. tins 

Biscuit, hard tack 

Oatmeal 

Mustard, in $ lb. tins 

Candles, sperm. 

Coal oil, in 5-gallon tins Galls. 

Soap, common..... 

do Castile 

Salt , 

do rock 

Pepper, black, ground, in $ lb. tins.... 

Matches Gross 

Tobacco, smoking, plug Myrtle Navy, 
do chewing, plug .... 

Oats J 

Bran 

Hay ...Tons 

Straw do 

Wood Cords 



1882-3. 



Lbs. 



15,000 

1,500 

12,000 

300 

2,100 

350 



700 



60 

2,500 

500 

25 
100 

75 
500 

1,000 

20 

6 

500 

100 

20,000 

20,000 

100 
10 



Rate. 

$ cts. 
15 

25 

11$ 
30 
24 
20 



21 



55 
22 
13$ 
60 
38 
2 25 
22 

13 



37 
25 
85 
70 
05 
08$ 



11 00 
5 00 



1883-4 
Lbs. 



Rate. 



$ cts. 
15,000 20 



a 3,500 



10,000 

300 

2,000 

300 

300 

500 

50 

50 

1,000 

25 
50 
50 



}/30, 



000 



100 

25 

150 



22$ 

09 
25 


21 
11$ 
13 
77 
63 
14 

65 
30 
2 25 



75 



04$ 

9 00 
4 50 
2 50 



1884-5. 



Lbs. 



a 1,000 



10,000 

100. 

1,500 

300 

300 

200 

50 

75 



a 75 

a 100 

a 400 



600 



a 25 

a 3 

a 100 



Rate, i 



$ cts 



Contractors for supplies above: a. Hudson Bay Co.; b. Hon. Thos. Howard; c. J. Reed; d. ] 
Brunette ; e. A. Lang ; /. H. Belcher. 






B 



MOUNTED POLICE — CONTRACTS. 



239 



Provisions, Forage and Light. 



tattleford :— 

Beef. 

Bacon, clear sides, smoked, of this sea- 
son's curing, packed in canvas sacks 

Flour to pass Canadian in spection as 
"strong bakers' " 

Coffee, good Rio, green 

Sugar, broken loaf. 

Apples, dried 

Beans ~ 

Rice. . 

Hops, pressed 

Baking powder, in 1 lb. tins....* 

Biscuit, hard tack , 

Oatmeal M 

Mustard, in \ lb. tins 

Candles, sperm 

Coal oil, in 5-gallon tins Galls. 

Soap, common 

do Castile 

Salt 

do rock 

Pepper, black, ground, in \ lb. tins.... 

Matches Gross 

Tobacco, smoking, plug, Myrtle Navy 
do chewing, plug 

Oats 

Oats ... 

Bran 

Hay Tons 

Straw do 

Potatoes... 

Wood Cords 



1882-3. 



Lbs. 



a 4,000 

a 25,000 

a 700 

a 4,150 

700 

700 

1,400 

50 

120 

5,000 

1,000 

50 

200 

200 

1,000 

25 

2,000 

50 

40 

20 

1,000 

200 

50.000 

100,000 



200 

20 

11,000 



Rate. 



12J 
23 



09 
28 
22 
17 
14 
19 
30 
50 
13 
12 
55 
33 
75 



1 00 
80 
65 
*l 25 

07* 



10 50 
6 50 
95 



1883-4. 


Lbs. 


Rate. 


c 


50,000 


17 


a 


5,000 


20 


a 


40,000 


07 


a 


1,000 


23| 


a 


6,000 


17} 


a 


1,000 


19} 


■a 


1,000 


09| 


a 


2,000 


llj 


a 


100 


75 


a 


100 


60 


a 


1,000 


12 


a 


1,000 


09 


a 


50 


60 


a 


150 


27£ 


a 


200 


1 90 


a 


400 


14 


a 


1,000 


06J 


a 


50 


40 


a 


5 


71 


a 


1,000 


75 


v 


150,000 


*0 90 


a 


3,000 


03 


h 


300 


11 70 


k 


50 


8 00 


9 


15,000 


*0 57 


I 


200 


4 75 



1884-5. 



Lbs. 



c 50,000 
5,000 



69,000 

1,000 

10,000 

1,500 

1,000 

2,500 

120 

200 



50 

50 

150 

500 

100 

1)000 



p 100,000 

q 100,000 

r 3,000 

o 300 

k 50 

m 15,000 

n 200 



Rate. 



14 



Contractors for supplies above : a. Hudson Bay Co. ; b. Hon. Thoa. Howard; c. Wyld & Bourke; 
Pinlayson Bros. ; e. Bell & Mahoney ; /. Grew & Patton ; g. McFarlane Bros. ; h. D. L. Clink ; k. A. 
Forget; I. H. Richardson; m. J. D. Finlayson ; n. A. Carriere; a, C. M. Dannaia ; p. C. A. 
illiamson; q. J. M. Macgregor; r. W. McKay. *Per bushel. 






DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Provisions, Forage and JLight. 



Qu'Apnelle and Regina : — 

Beef 

Bacon, clear sides, smoked, of this season's 
curing, packed in canvas sacks 

Flour, to pass Canadian inspection as 
"strong bakers' " 

Coffee, good Rio, green 



tins 



Sugar, broken loaf 

Apples, dried 

Beans 

Rice 

Hops, pressed 

Baking powder, in 1 lb. 

Biscuit, hard tack 

Oatmeal 

Mustard, in Jib. tins, 

Candles, sperm.,, 

Coal oil, in 5-gallon tins Galls. 

Soap, common 

do Castile 

Salt 

do rock 

Pepper, black, Aground, in £ lb. tins 

Matches .' Gross. 

Tobacco, smoking, plug, Myrtle Navy 

do chewing, plug 

Oats 

Bran 

Hay Ton3. 

Straw do 

Compressed tea 



Qa'Appelle, 
1882-3. 



Lbs. 



6,0C0 

40,000 

1,000 

7,000 

1,150 

1,150 

3,000 

75 

200 

7,600 

1,000 

75 

200 

150 

800 

50 

3,000 

100 

75 

15 

1,000 

200 

150,000 

2,000 



Rate. 



$ cts. 



18$ 
05A 



25 
45 
12^ 
08^ 
50' 

28 

1 00 
11 
18 
06* 
07J 
28 
75 
70 
55 
05 
04 



Regina, 

1883-4. 



Lbs. 



130,000 

5,000 

25,000 

1,0^0 

5,000 

1,000 

1,000 

500 

200 

50 

500 

50 
300 
300 
500 
100 
1,000 

50 

20 

1,000 

100,000 

5,000 

400 

200 

6,000 



Rate. 



$ cts. 
17 

17 

03| 
15J 
M| 
16 



09 

08A 

60 

50 

10* 



45 
24 
75 
09 
12£ 
05 



03f 
03} 



16 50 
14 50 
37§ 



Regina, 

1884-.?. 



Lbs. 



49,275 
5,000 

45,000 
500 

10,000 
2,000 
2,000 
1,000 



250 
400 

100 



10 



160,000 

200 
130 



Rote. 



$cto. 

O 15 



O 

o 19 

C 14 



o 



23 a 

SSf 



Contractor for each of the three years : Hon. Thos. Howard ; except oats, 1894-5, from O. € 
McBean. 

t For 1884-5 a contract was made with D. G. McBean to deliver 500,000 lbs. of oat3, as follows 
Regina, 160,000; Calgary, 100,000; Maple Creek, 40,000; Medicine Hat, 40,009; C.P.R, S 
Medicine Hat, 160,000. $6,714.00 for the whole, or less than 46 cents a bushel. 






MOUNTED POLICE. 



241 



Provisions, Forage and Ug-I&t. 



Maple Creek, Mediciiae Mat and Prince 
Albert :— 

Beef... 

Bacon, clear sides, snicked, of this season's 

curing, packed in canvas sacks 

Flour, to pass Canadian inspection as 

"strong bakers' " 

Tea 

Coffee, good Rio, ^green 

Sugar, broken loaf . 

Apples, dried 

Beans 

Rice 

Hops, pressed ...» 

Baking powder, in 1 lb. tins 

Biscuit, hard tack 

Oatmeal 

Mnstard, in £ lb. tins 

Candles, sperm . 

Coal oil, in 5-gallon tins Galls. 

Soap, common 

do Castile..... «. - 

Salt 

do rock ~ 

Pepper, black, ground, in |lb. tins 

Matches Gross 

Tobacco, smoking, plug, Myrtle Navy 

do chewing, plug 



Maple Creek, 
1884-5. 



Lbs. 



16,425 
6,000 
6,000 



Oats ......... ... 

Bran, - , 

Hay Tons. 

Straw do 

Wood 



300 
2,000 
300 
300 
400 

100 



50 
75 
50 

75 
600 

20 
3 

500 

40,000 
75 



Rate. 



$ cts. 
17 

15$ 



16j 

13 

13f 

06 

on 



45 



42 
25 
60 

13 
03| 

24 
85 
62 



13 03 
9 00 



Medicine Hat. 
1884-5. 



Lbs. 



16,425 
6,000 
6,000 



300 
2,000 
300 
300 
400 

100 



50 
75 
50 

75 
600 

20 

3 

300 

160,000 
40,000 

75 
25 



Rate. 



$ cts. 
15 

17 

03£ 



20 
15 
15 
06* 
10" 

35 



55 
32£ 
75 

16 
03 

25 
85 
60 



9 50 
9 00 



Prince Albert, 
1884-5. 



Lbs. I Rate. 



By joint 



$ cts. 
16J 

22 



47 
22 



12 
17 



14 



08 



8 80 
3 08 



Contractors :— For Maple Creek: T. C Power & Bro., except oats, from D. G. McBean. For 
redicice Hat : Hay and straw, M. Sutherland ; 160,000 lbs. oats, D. G. McBean ; the iest from Tweed 
Ewart. For Prince Albeit : Hudson Bdy Co. 






5—16 



242 DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 


1883-4. 




■ 


Subsistence. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ 


Battleford :— 

Beef— ! 83-4 contract, 41,314 lbs ,at l7c Wyld & Bourke. 

Bacon— '82-3 extra, 4,000 do 2*c Hudson Bay Co. 

'83-4 contract, 5,000 do 20c do 


7,09.3 38 

2,040 00 

3,698 88 
237 50 

1,410 00 

195 00 

95 00 
225 00 

75 00 
60 00 
120 00 
90 00 
30 Oo 

96 00 
62 50 
20 00 

750 00 

192 50 

274 50 

30 00 

5 00 


16,690 * 

133 9|i 
16,824 2 


1,040 00 
1,000 00 


Flour— '82-3 do 100bags=a0.0001bs.,at9c. do 
'83-4 do 408 do 39,984 do 7c. do 

Coffee— '83-4 contract, 1,000 lbs., at 2?Jc do 

Sugar— '8:-3 extra, 1,500 do 24c do 

'63-1 ecu tract, b,000 do 17$c do 


900 00 
2,798 88 


360 00 
1,050 00 


Sundry Contracts of 1833-4— 

Dred apnlos — 1,000 lbs ..at 19$c. ...... Hudson Bay Co.... 




Beans 1,000 do 9ic do 




Rice 2 000 do life do 






B^kinc powder 1C0 do 60c • do 




Biscuit 1,000 do 12c do 




Oatmeal 1.000 do 9c do 




Mustard ' 50 do 60c ~~ do 

Soap 400 do 14c do 




g a lt 1,000 do 6^c ~ do 


Pepper 50 do 40c do 

Tobacco, smoking 1 — 1,000 lbs., at 75c. . do 




Potatoes (no contract) — 

! '83-4, August— 50 bushels, at Sl.McFarlane Bros 

October— 250 do 57c. do 


50 00 
142 50 


Tea(no contract) '83-4— 3661b3., at 75c. A. McDonald 

Ice do Filling ice-house- W\ P. McConnell 




Supplies to detachments, '83-4 — Supt. Crozier, 








Total Subsistence, Battleford 






Summaries: — 


900 00 
13,888 26 


14,788 26 
1,902 00 


do 1883-4 do 




do 1882-3, beyond contract amounts, or not 
under contract 

do 1883-4 do do 


1,400 00 
502 00 

2,300 00 
14,390 26 




16,690 26 


do 1882-3 


16,690 26 


do 1883-4 






9,164 88 

7,023 38 

502 00 


Paid to Hudson Bay Co • 


16,690 26 


do Wyld & Bourke 


Four small payments, as above 


Broadview : — 

Potatoes (no contract) — 

'83-4, September— 99 bushels,at $1.05. C. Hamilton 

October — 40 do .75. Jas. Anderson... 


103 95 
30 00 

1,623 33 

3,306 24 




- 


Total Subsistence, Broadview 

JFort Calgary :— 

Beef— '82-3 contract, 18,552$ lba.,at 8|c Baker & Co 

'83-4 do 22,415 do 14£c do 


4,929 57 
110 79 

1,267 77 


Butchering — '82-3 22,160 do £c do 




Bacon— : 82-3 contract, 199 do 2l£c . do 
'83-4 do 5,000 do 24 Jc. do 


42 77 
1,225 00 


Carried forward , „ 


6,308 13 



II 



MOUNTED POLICE. 



243 



Subsistence. 



Brought forward 

Fort Calgary— Concluded. 

Flour— '82-3 do 2,000 

'82-3 extra, 500 

'83-4 contract, 25,000 
'83-4 extra, 1,200 



Coffee— '82-3 contract, 
'83-4 do 



Sugar— '82-3 
'83-4 



do 
do 



21 
500 

100 

3,000 



do 
do 
do 
do 

do 

do 



10c. .. Baker & Co 

8Ac. .Geo. King 

9|c. Baker & Co 

14c. ...D. McDougall. 



24c 
23c. 



..Baker A Co. 
do 



do 19c... 
do 19ic. 



Dried apples-'82-3 extra, 237 
'83-4 contract, 715 



do 
do 



13c... 
20c... 



Sundry Contracts of 1883-4 : — 

Beans 700 lbs., at J3i 



Rice 1,000 

Pressed heps 100 

Oatmeal 300 

Pepper 50 
Tobacco, smoking— 1,000 
Biscuit, hard tack— 

'82-83 extra, 33£ 

'83-84 contract, 1,000 

Salt— '82-3 contract, 

Potatoes (no contract) 

'83-4, July... 614 

'83-4, October— 15,000 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



c. 
13|c. 
76c. 
lie... 
31c... 
71c... 

18c... 
13jc. 



129£ do 10c... 



do 
do 

do 
do 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 



$ cts. 



200 00 

42 50 

2,312 50 

168 00 



5 04 
115 00 



19 00 
585 00 



30 81 
143 00 



do 

do 



6c...D. 

2£c.W. 



McDougall... 
H. Burland... 



Tea (no contract)'83-4 
Milk (no contract) — 

'83-84- 42£ quarts, at 12|c do 

Provisions supplied to detachments: 

'83-84— Hillsdale N. A. Ry. Contracting Co. 

'83-84— End of track Langdon, Shepard & Co.. 



Total Subsistence — Fort Calgary. 



Summary of Subsistence — Calgary : — 
Supplies of 1882-3, under contract, 
do 1883-4 do 



do 
do 



do 
do 



1882-3, beyond contract amounts, or not 

under contract 

1883-4 do 



1882-3. 
1883-4. 



Bought from I. G. Baker & Co. 
Five small payments above 



Edmonton :— 

'83-4-(no contract) supplies to detachment. .Hudson Bay Co. 

?ort Macleod:— 

Beef— '82-3 contract, 26, 708 J lbs, at 8§c..Baker & Co.. , 
'83-4 do 26,46l£ do 14Jc. do 



Carried forward 



■5— 16J 



6 00 

135 00 



36 84 

375 00 



71 76 
41 97 



1,903 10 
8,885 73 



190 10 
1,015 43 



2,093 20 
9,901 16 



11,258 29 
736 07 



2,270 22 



$ cts. 



6,308 13 

2,723 00 

120 04 
604 00 

173 81 

94 50 
135 CO 
76 00 
33 00 
15 50 
710 00 



141 00 
12 95 



411 84 
316 55 

5 31 



113 73 



10,788 83 

1,205 53 
11,994 36 

11,994 36 

11,994 36 



6,040 99 



6,040 99 



$ cts. 



16,824 21 



11,994 36 



91 86 



28,910 41 



244 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



n 



Subsistence. 



Brought forward. 

Tort McL.co«l— Continued. 

Butchering— '82-83, 30,757.} 
'83-84, 3,951' 

Bacon— '82-3, contract, 1,493 
'83-4 do 3,489 

Flour— '82-3 contract, 14,898 
'82-3 extra, 3,500 
'83-4 contract, 40,082 

Coffee— '82-3 contract, 262 



do 
do 



jc. 



'83-4 do 



1,200 



do 20c... 

do 23jc. 

do 8ic. 

do lOAc. 

do 8ic. 

do 22 Jc 

do 22c... 



do 

do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

do 

do 



Sugar— '82-3 contract, 812 
'82-3 extra, 500 

'83-4 contract, 6,900 
'83-4 extra, 348 

'83-4 do 250 

'83-4 do 



'83-4 do 
'83-4 do 



do 17$c. do 
do 25c... do .... 
do 18^c. do 
do 20c. .. Winder & Co. 
do 28c. ..A. Lachapelle 
384 lbs., 4 sacks, 

at $26 Smith & Bro... 

96 lbs., 1 sack, 

at $30 do 

25 lbs., at 33|c. do 



Dried apples— '82-3 contract, 326 lbs , at 

15c Baker & Co, 

'83-4 do 1,099 lbs., at 
19c 



Beans— '82-3 contract, 400 lbs., at 12$c 
'82-3 extra, 200 do 15c... 

'83-4 contract, 1,087 do 12£c. 



Eice— '82-3 contract, 220 
'83-4 do 2,040 



do 12ic. 
do 124c . 



Pressed hops— '83-4 contract, 100 lbs., at 75c 

Baking powder-' 8 2-3 extra, 36 do 75c 

'83-4 contract, 154 lbs., at 

65c , 

Biscuit, hard-tack— '82-3 contract, 92 lbs , 

at 12£c 

'83-4 contract, 1,0C0 
lbs., at 12^c 

Oatmeal— '83-4 contract, 1,010 lbs., at 10c. 
Mustard— '83-4 do 50 do 50c. 

Soap— '83-84 do 120 do 12^c 

Salt— '82-3 do 216 do 8c. 

'83-4 do 1,500 do 8c. 

Pepper— '82-3 do 7 do 30c. 

'82-3 extra, 15 do 50c. 

'83-4 contract, 75 do 30c. 

Tobacco, smoking— '82-3 contract, 74 lbs., 

at 75c 

do '83-4 contract, 1,000 
lbs., at 70c 



do 

do 

do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 

do 



do 

do 

do 
do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

do 
do 



Tobacco, chewing— '83-4 contract, 200 lbs., 

at 60c do 

Potatoes— '82-3 extra, 597 lbs., at 3£c. 

(Sept.) Baker & Co. 

Carried forward* 



% cts. 



153 79 

19 76 



298 60 
819 91 


1,266 33 

367 50 

3,306 76 


58 95 
264 00 



142 10 

125 00 

1,276 50 

69 60 

70 00 

104 00 

30 00 
8 33 



48 9} 
208 81 



50 00 

30 00 

135 87 



27 50 
255 00 



27 00 
100 10 

11 50 
125 00 



17 28 
120 00 

2 10 

7 50 

22 50 



55 50 
700 00 



20 89 



20 89 



% cts. 



6,040 99 

173 55 
1,118 51 

4,940 59 
322 95 



1,825 53 



257 71 



215 87 



282 50 
75 00 



127 10 



136 50 

101 00 

25 00 

15 00 



137 28 
32 10 

755 50 
120 00 



16,702 68 



Ill 



MOUNTED POLICE. 



245 



Subsistence. 



Brought forward . 



•t Mclieod— Concluded. 

—Potatoes '82-3 extra, 750 lbs., at 5c. 

(May) Baker & Co..., 

'83-4 contract, 30,000 lbs., at 3c.M. Gallagher. 
'83-4 extra, 3 732 do 2c.C. E. Denny.., 
'83-4 do 1,115 do 2^c. do 

'83-4 do 270 do 3£c. J. D. Muncey ., 

Tea (no contract)— '82-3, 75 lbs., at 75c. Baker & Co..., 

'83-4, 254 do 50c. do 

'83-4, 56 do 60c. do 

'83-4, 350 do 65c. Winder & Co.. 



Total Subsistence, Fort Macleod. 



Summary of Subsistence, Fort Macleod :- 
Supplies of 1882-3 under contract. 
do 1883-4 do 



do 
do 



do 
do 



1882-3, beyond contract amounts, or not 

under contract 

1883-4 do do 



1882-3, January to June.. 
1883-4, July to December 



Bought from I. G. Baker & Co. 
6 small payments above , 



aple Creek (no contracts):— 

Beef— '82-3 5,909 lbs., at 10c ...Baker & Co.. 

'83-4 2,356 do 15c do 

'83-4 746 do 17c G.W.Wood. 



| Beef cattle— '83-4, 32 head, at $93.75 Baker & Co , 

Herding cattle— '83-4, 3 mos., 6 days, at 

$60 J. Patrick 

'83-4, 1 month G. W. Wood 

Sundry Supplies of 1882-3— 

Flour, 40 sacks, at $4.50 T. C. Power & Bro. 



Baking, 4,563 lbs. of flour, at 2c Fuller & Bros 

Biscuits, 109 lbs., at 18c... Baker & Co... 



Sundry Supplies of 1883-4— 

Sugar, 200 lbs., at 16c Baker & Co 

Dried apples, 389 lbs., at 14c do 

Potatoes, 916 lbs., at 4c L. Haggett 

Supplies for detachments Langdon & Shepard. 



Total Subsistence, Maple Creek. 



Summary : — 

Supplies of 1882-3., 
do 1883-4.. 



Total, not under contract. . ■ 







Bought from 1. G. Baker & Co. 
<S small payments above 



Carried forward 



$ cts, 



20 



37 50 

900 00 

74 61 

27 87 

9 38 



56 25 
127 00 

33 60 
227 50 



4,211 48 
12,341 22 



862 93 
801 68 



5,074 41 
13,142 90 


16,695 99 
1,521 32 



590 90 
353 40 
126 82 



192 00 
40 00 



881 78 
3,854 91 



4,050 38 
686 31 



$ cts. 



1G,702 68 



1,070 28 



444 35 



16,552 70 



1,664 61 



18,217 31 
18,217 31 
18,217 31 



1,071 12 
3,000 00 



232 00 

180 00 
91 26 
19 62 



32 00 
54 46 
36 64 
19 59 



4,736 69 



4,736 69 



$ cts. 



28,910 43 



18,217 31 



4,736 69 



51,864 43 



246 DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 




ii 


Subsistence. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 






51,864 45 

! 

! 
. 

I 
j 
1 

2,191 3ft 

{ 

1,325 65 


Medicine Hat (no contract) :— 

Beef— 93 lbs., at 22c Tweed & Ewart. 

1,556 do 10c do 


21 56 
311 20 
163 54 
143 25 
78 30 
11 04 
163 80 

463 80 
32 43 


892 69 

128 38 
64 27 

12 75 
11 05 

13 00 
34 00 
16 44 

6 60 

1 40 

30 20 

82 
9 03 

1 00 
75 

44 09 
30 00 

227 40 
171 28 


1,258 do 13c Sutherland & Jackson... 

955 do 15c do 


522 do 15c M. H. Finn 


69 do 16c do 


910 do 18c - do 


Bacon — 2,319 lbs., at 20c Tweed & Ewart. 


191 do 17c do 

Flour 3,950 lbs., at 3^c do 


Suo-ar 428$ do 15c do 




Apples 51 do 25c do 




Beans J30 do 85c do 




Rice 130 do 10c do 




Baking powder 68 do 50c do 




Biscuit 131$ do 12$c do 

Salt 90 do..., do 





Soap do . ... 


Tea 50 lbs do 





Pepper 1\ do do 


Ham 43 do 21c do 








Lard 3 lbs , at 25c do 




Potatoes, 40 bush., at $1.10 Geo. McOuaig... 




Cookinf, 2 months W. J. Casey 




Ice — 1,690 lbs., at 3c Medicine Hat Ice Co... 

370 do 3c R. McLeod 

48 tons at $3.45 , -do , 


50 70 

11 10 

165 60 

164 62 
6 66 

164 62 
2,026 76 


Provisions for detachments, '83-3...Lacgdon, Shepard & Co 
do do '83-4. ..John Ross. 




Total Subsistence, Medicine Hat 

Summaries of Subsistence, Medicine Hat : — 

Supplies of 1882-3 

do 1883-4 - 


2,191 38 
2,191 38 


Total, not under contract 


Bought from Tweed & Ewart 


1,158 68 
1,032 70 


Eight small payments above 






71 40 

45 36 
291 46 
234 45 


Fort Osborne— 

Supplies of 1883-4 (no contract) : — 

Beef— 357 lbs., at 20c A. P. Germain... 


642 67 

22 00 
106 75 

157 77 
396 46 


252 do 18c do 

1,943 do 15c do 


1'563 do 15c G.K.Malcolm... 

Ice — 22 tons, at $1 , Arctic Tee Co.... 


Cooking— 8 months, at $16 Mrs. E Acaster... 

2 months Mrs. M. A. Coates 

Various supplies for detachment at Fort 

Osborne.. A. P. Germain... 


""ui'W 

29 00 

241 70 
154 76 


do do G. K. Malcolm- 
Total Supplies of '83-4, not under Contract 


Carried forward 




■ 


55,381 46 









11 



MOUNTED POLICE. 



24? 



SutosiisAeiice. 



Brought forward 

•rt Felly (no contracts) : — 
Beef— '82-3, 30 lbs., at 18c...., 
'82-3, 90 do 18c... 
'83-4, 511 do 20c. .. 



Bacon— '82-3, 120 do 
'83-4, 400 do 



30c. 
25c. 



.... Hudson Bay Co. 

....Chas. Favill 

,,.. Hudson Bay Co. 

..... do 

do 



Flour— '82-3, 2 sacks, at $10 
'82-3, 6 do 8 

'83-4, 3 do 8 

'83-4, 3 do 6 



Sugar— '82-3, 73]lbs. , at 25c. 
'83-4, 130 do 25c. 



Dried apples- 



-'82-3, 20 lbs., at 25c 
'83-4, 50 do 25c 



Beans— '83-4, 30 lbs., at 12c 

Rice— '82-3, 15 do 16c .... 
'83-4, 20 do 16c... 



Baking powder— '82-3, 8h lbs-, at $1.... 
'83-4, 16 do 1.... 



Biscuit -'83-4, 10 lb3., at 25c 

Soap— '83-4, 15 do 25c 

Salt— '82-3, ?9 do 10c 

'83-4, 15 do 10c 



Tea— '82-3, 
'83-4, 



30 

40 



do 87c 
do 87c. 



Barley— '82-3, 30 bush., at $1.50. 
'83-4, 45 do 1.25. 



do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 
do 
do 

do 
do 

do 
do 



Moose meat— '82-3, 96 lbs , at 12|c ... do 

Potatoes— '83-4 ; 15 bush., at $1 do 

'82-3, 5 do 1 Chas. Favill. 



Total Subsistence, Fort Pelly 



Summary — Fort Pelly {not tinder contract) 

Supplies of 1882-3 

do 1883-4 



Paid to Hudson Bay Co — 
do Chas. Favill 



■rt Pitt (no contract) : — 
I Supplies of 1883-4— Hudson Bay Co. :— 

Beef. 1,038 lbs., at 18c. 

Bacon ., 1,504 do 25c 

Flour 3,875 do 8c 

Sugar 818£ do 25c 

Dried apples 124 do 25c, 

Rice 111£ do 22c 

Baking powder.. 3 do $1.... 

Oatmeal 85 do 14c. 

Salt 96| do 14c. 

Pepper .., 

Tea 185J lbs., at 53c 

Potatoes 1,985 do la. 



Carried for word.. ......... 



$ cts 



5 40 

16 20 

102 20 



36 00 
100 00 

20 00 
48 CO 
24 00 
18 00 



... 


18 25 
32 50 


... 


5 00 
12 50 

*' "i 40* 
3 20 


... 


8 50 
16 CO 










... 


3 90 
1 50 


... 


26 10 
34 80 

45 00 
56 25 






... 


15 00 
5 00 



251 75 

425 80 



656 35 
21 20 



$ cts 



123 80 
136 00 

110 00 
50 75 



17 50 
3 60 



5 60 



24 50 

2 50 

3 75 



5 40 
60 90 



101 25 
12 00 



20 00 



677 55 



677 55 



186 84 

376 00 

310 02 

204 62 

30 93 

24 52 

3 00 

11 90 

13 51 

2 48 

98 17 

19 85 



$ cts. 



55,381 4G 



677 55 



1,281 84 
57,340 85 



248 



[details of expenditure, 1883-4. 



11 



Subsistence. 



Brought forward 



Prince Albert (no contracts) : — 

Beef— '82-3, 110 lb3 , at 17c Thos McKay.... 

'83-4, 87 do 17c ....... do 

'83-4, 773 do 22c G.A.Carter.... 

'83-4, 1,176 do 18c Hudson Bay Co. 

Bacon— '82-3, 285 lbs., at35c Thos. McKay.... 

'83-4, 200 do 35c do 

'83-4, 100 do 30c Betts & Gwynne 

Flour— '82-3, 400 lbs., at 6$c Thos. McKay.... 

'83-4, 200 do 6£c do 

'83-4, 8 sacks, at $5...... , Hudson Bay Co- 



Sugar- 



'82-3, 70 lbs , at 23c Thos. McKay.... 

'83-4, 35 do 23c. do 

'83-4, 60 do 25c Betts & Gwynne 



'83-4, 150 do 22c.c 



Hudson Bay Co. 



Various supplies for Detachament: — 

Thos. McKay, '82-3 

do '83-4 

HughMcDougall '83-4 

W. R. Bell, '83-4 

Betts & Gwrnne, '83-4 

Hudson Bay Co., '83-4 



Total Subsistence, Prince Albert. 



Summary {not under contract):- 

Supplies of '82-3 

do '83-4 



Summary {Prince Albert) : — 
Paid to Hudson Bay Co... 

Thos. McKay 

G. A. Carter 

Betts & Gwynne., 
Hugh McDougall 
W. R. Bell 



Qn ' Appelle (no contracts) : — 

Supplies for Detachments : — 
Hudson Bay Co., 
S. H. Caswell, 



Geo. Russell, 
do 

Mowat Bros., 
John Barr, 
do 

H. Bell, 
F. Howland, 
E. W. Mutch, 
R. Leslie, 



82-3 « 




82-3„ 


79 95 


83-4 


2 40 






83-4 « 

'82-3 


16 92 


'83-4 


15 12 






83-4 

82-3 

'83-4 .. 





'83-4. 



Total Subsistence, Qu' Appelle. 



Summary : — 

Supplies of '82-3.. 
do '83-4., 



Total, not under Contract. 
Carried forward 



$ cts. 



18 70 

14 79 

170 06 

211 68 



99 75 


70 00 


30 00 


26 00 


13 00 


40 00 


16 10 


8 05 


15 00 


33 00 



30 36 
11 00 
11 69 
8 40 
11 55 
95 02 



190 91 
743 24 



379 70 

307 75 

170 06 

56 55 

11 69 

8 40 



350 11 

663 24 



$ cts. 



415 23 



199 75 



79 00 



72 15 



138 02 



934 15 



934 15* 



562 20 
249 24 



82 35 
62 15 



32 04 

29 04 

4 00 

4 00 

3 33 



1,018 35 



MOUNTED POLICE. 



249 



Subsistence. 



Xe?ina :— 

Beef— '82-3 
'82-3 
'83-4 
'83-4 
'83-4 



Brought forward 



extra, 384 lb3., at 19c. ..Mowat Bros, 

do 4,53l£ do 20c... do 

do 5,748 do 19c... do 

contract, 63,061 do 17c. ..T. Howard., 
do 35 head, 43,426 lbs. 

do 



live weight, at 8£c... 

Herding beef cattle— '83-4, 43£ days, at $2. A. Koerner. 
Bacon— '83-4 contract, 4,919 lbs., at 17c. ..T. Howard., 
Flour '83-4 do 73,892 do 3£c. do 

'83-4 extra, 15 bags, at $3.05 R. Robson.. 



Baking (no contract) — 

'83-4, baking 431 sacks, at $1.50 R. Robson. 



'83-4 
'83-4 



do 
do 



111 
32 



do 
do 



1.25 do 

1.00.. .Mrs. G.L.Anderson 



Sundry Contracts of 1883-4 :— 

Sugar, 7,050 lb3. ? at 14$c. 

Coffee, 1,000 do 15$c. 

Dried apples, 922 do 16c. 

Beans, 1,000 do 9c. 

Rice, 500 do 8£c. 

Pressed hops, 200 do 60c. 

Baking powder, 50 do 50c. 

Biscuit, hard tack, 500 do 10£c. 

Mustard, 50 do 45c. 

Soap, common, 500 do 9c. 

do Castile, 100 do 12$c. 

Salt, 1,100 do 6c. 

Pepper, 50 do 25c. 

Tobacco, smoking, 1,000 do 60c. 

Compressed tea, 6,000 do 37$c. 
Potatoes (no contract) 



,T. Howard, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



June, '82-3, 
July, '83-4, 
Sept., '83-4, 
Oct., '83-4, 
Nov., '83-4, 
April, '83-4, 
June, '83-4, 



46i bushels, at $1.75. 

104| do 1.15. 

43* do $1.00. 

52} do .75. 

670 do .75. 

213i do .75. 

202j do 1.02. 



do 

.F. F. Tims 

.McDougall&Co. 

.G. R. Binger 

.Mowat Bros 

,J. H. Brownlee... 
.Sibball &Bingay 



Turnips (no contract) — 

Nov., '83-4, 26£ bushels, at 75c. 
Water (no contract) — 

'82-3, water, 1 month 

'82-3 do 12 barrels 

'83-4 do 42$ do 

'83-4 do 15 do 

'83-4 do 3 months 



,W. Cullen. 



, Mowat Bros.... 

. Chas. Curtain 

do 

.E White 

,W. P.McCormick 



Ice (no contract) — 

'82-4, Feb.— 100 tons, at $3.95 G. L. Hughson.. 

Provisions supplied to detachments — 

'83-4— Padmore F. Padmore 

do L.P.W. DesBrisay 



Total Subsistence, Regina . , 



JSummary of Sulsistence, Regina]: — 

Supplies of 1883-4, under contract 

do 1882-3, not under contract 

do 1883-4, beyond contract amounts, or not 
under contract 



Carried forward. 



$ cts 



72 96 

906 25 

1,092 12 

10,720 88 

3,691 23 



45 75 



646 50 

138 75 

32 00 



81 38 
120 68 
43 25 
39 37 
427 50 
160 13 
206 24 



6 50 

6 00 
21 25 

7 50 
6 50 



85 88 
24 48 



1,073 09 
3,599 59 



$ cts, 



16,483 44 

87 00 

836 23 



2,447 24 



817 25 

1,022 25 

155 00 

147 52 

90 00 

42 50 

120 00 

25 00 

52 50 

22 50 

45 00 

12 50 

55 00 

12 50 

600 00 

2,250 00 



1,078 55 
19 69 



47 75 
395 00 

110 36 



22,302 10 



4,672 68 



26,974 78 



$ cts. 



59,293 35 



26,974 78 



86,268 12 






250 DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, ] 


L883-4. 




ii 


Subsistence. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 








86,268 13 

| 

5,699 31 

134 66 
73 3T 

3,942 22r 


Regina — Continued. 

do 1882-3.. 


1,073 09 
25,901 69 


26,974 78 


do 1883-4- 




22,383 48 
2,505 33 
2,085 97 


Bought from Hon. Thoj. Howard 


26,974 78 


do Mowat Bros 

15 small payments above ., 




Fort Saskatchewan :— 

Supplies qf 1833-4 {under contract) : — 

Beef 15,053 lbs , at 20c A. R. Lang 


3,010 60 

787 50 

933 33 

76 50 

400 00 

63 00 

34 50 

65 00 

38 50 

31 50 

140 00 

16 50 


5,596 93 
102 38 


Bacon 3,500 do 22*c Hudson Bay Co... 

Flour 10,000 do 9|c do 

Coffee 300 do 25|c do 

Sugar 2,000 do 20c do 


Dried apples 300 do 21c do 

Beans 300 do $11.50.... do 
Bice 500 do 13c do 


Pressed hop3 50 do 77c do 


Biscuit 1,000 do 14c do 

Mustard 25 do 66c do 


Supplies q/ 1883-4 (not under contract) :— 

Tea 16£ lbs., at 75c McNicol & Chamberlayne 

Potatoes, 100 do 50c...... Wm. Parker 


12 38 
50 00 
40 00 










Total Saskatchewan, 1883-4 




Shoal I^ahe: — 

Supplies to detachments (no contract) — 

1882-3 — Mowat & Bros 




50 55 
84 11 


1883-4 — Parkinson & Miller « 






6 60 
66 77 


Swift Current (no contracts) : — 

Supplies to detachments, 1882-3 ... .F. F. Tims 

do 1583-1 do 






JFort Walsh :— 

Supplied in 1882-3 :— 

Beef— 26,995 lbs, at 10c I. G. Baker & Co 

Bacon 1,600 do 19#c do 


2,699 50 

316 00 

241 50 

140 00 

435 00 

30 04 

48 68 

7 50 


3,918 22 

24 00 


Sugar 1,400 do 17$c. do 


Potatoes 2,000 do 7c do 


Tea 725 do 60c da 


Coffee 135 do 22£c do 


Dried apples 330 do 14|c. do 

Syrup- 6 galls, at ^1.50 ..... do 








3,335 72 
6C6 50 


Summary — Fort Walsh : — 


3,942 22 






Total, Supplies of 1882-3..... 






18 00 
66 44 
42 24 
23 21 


Wood Mountain (no contracts) : — 

Bacon— 1882-3, 90 lbs., at 20c...Leighton & Jordan 
302 do 22c... do 
1883-4, 192 do 22c... do 
105£ do 22c... do 


149 89 







Carried forward,....*... ......►».....*...... .....*..». ~~. 


149 89 


96,117. 6£ J ! 



11 



MOUNTED POLICE. 



251 



Subsistence. 



Brought forward 
* T oo<l Mountain — Concluded. 



Summary — Continued. 

Flour 1883-4, 89i do 6c... do 

Baking powder,1883-4, 6% do 63c... do 

Potatoes 1883-4, 220 do 2$c. do 

Supplies for detachment, 1882-3 H. Hunter & Co. 



Summary : — 

Supplies of 1882-3. 
do 1883 4. 



Total, not under Contract 



Less- 



-Quartermaster's stoppages, charged to Pay 
of Force 

Maintenance of prisoners, charged to Miscel- 
laneous Justice 

Sales of stores, cash deposited 

Supplies to Indians, charged to Indians, 
Consolidated Fund. 



Total Provisions charged to Subsistence. 

Itecapitnlation of Subsistence : — 

Paid to I. G. Baker & Co., supplies of 1882-3. 
do do do 1883-4. 



do do total. 

do Hon. Thos. Howard 

do Hudson Bay Co 

do Wyld & Bourke 

do A. R. Lang 

do Mowat Bros 

do Tweed & Ewart , 

do 70 persons, under $1,000, 



Supplies of 1882-3, under contract, 
do 1883-4 do 



do 

do 



do 
do 



1882-3, beyond contract amounts, or not under 
contract 

1883-4 do do 



1882-3. 

1883-4. 



$ cts. 



91 49 
80 42 



11,653 85 
24,269 03 

35.922 88 
22,383 48 
14,723 16 
7,023 38 
3,010 60 
2,608 03 
1,158 68 
9,459 39 



10,350 30 
63,014 24 



6,120 43 
16,804 63 



16,470 73 
79,818 87 



$ cts. 



149 89 



5 37 

4 10 

5 50 
7 05 



171 91 



6, £04 51 

3,416 26 
432 70 

263 77 



96,289 60 



73,364 54 

22,925 06 
96,289 60 

96,289 60 



$ cts. 



96,117 69 



171 91 

96,289 60 



10,417 24 
85,872 36 



252 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



il 



Forage. 



Battleford :— 

For aqe— Supplies of 1883-4 {under contract) : — 

Hay 300 tons, at $11.70 D. L. Clink 

Straw 50 do 8.00 A. P. Forget 

Oats 150,000 lbs., at 90c. a bushel...McFarlane Bros. 
Bran 3,000 do 3c... ($90.00).. Hudson Bay Co. 
Forage {not under contract) : — 

Forage for detachment, Carlton do 

(Note— The over-payment of $15.00 for bran has been 
refunded in 1884-5). 
Calgary :— 

Hay— '82-3 contract, 187£ tons, 
'83-4 do 543| do 
'83-4 extra, 10 do 
'83-4 do 5 bales, at 

'83-4 do 60 do 



at $12.00...G. Monilaws 

14.75...Baker & Co , 

14.00... W. C. King 

1.00...N. A. R. C. Co. 

1.25... do 



Oats— July, '83, contract, 2,112 lbs., at6|c.Baker & Co. 

Aug., '83 do 16,817 do 6§c. do 

Oct., '83 do 53,400 do 

Nov., '83 do 27,671 do 

Sept. 30, '83, extra, 40,069 do 

Oct. 1, '83 do 9,053 do 
(See page 257.) 
Bran (contract of '83-4)— 5,000 do 

Sacks— '83-4, 66 at 15c ."...N. A. R 

Forage for Detachments : — 



6|c, do 
6|c. do 
lJc.N. A. R. 
lie. do 



C. Co. 



$ cts. 



2,250 00 

8,016 62 

140 00 

5 00 

75 54 



$ cts. 



3,510 00 
400 00 

3,970 58 
105 00 

6 00 



142 56 

1,135 14 

3,604 50 

1,867 80 

601 03 

135 80 



6ic Baker & Co 

* C. Co. 



'82-3, 
'83-4 
'83-4 
'83-4 
'83-4 
'83-4 
'83-4 



High River French & Smith. 

do do 

End of track Langdon, Shephard & Co. 

Padmore F. Padmore 

do « Sergt Dann 

Red Deer River , Insp. Prevost 

Hillsdale N. A. R. C. Co. 



Total Forage, Calgary 



Summary of Forage— Calgary : — 

Supplies of 1882-3, under contract, 
do 1883-4 do 



do 
do 



do 
do 



1882-3 beyond contract amounts, or not 

under contract , 

1883-4 do 



1882-3., 
1883-4.. 



Paid to I. G. Baker & Co ...., 

do Geo. Monilaws 

do North American Railway Contracting Co .. 
Seven single payments above 



87 18 
7 50 

12 84 

18 80 
7 50 
4 50 

99 28 



2,250 00 
15,091 62 



87 18 
1,117 69 



2,337 18 
16,209 31 



Edmonton: — 

Supplies of 1833-84 {not under contract) : 

Oats— 1,200 lb3., at 6c Hudson Bay Co, 

80 do 5c D. Ross 

1,704 do 4c do 



Sacks— 15, at 50c Hudson Bay Co. 



Carried forward. 



15,091 62 

2,250 00 

926 55 

278 32 



10,487 16 



7,486 83 

325 00 

9 90 



$ cts. 



7,991 58 



237 60 



17,341 62 



1,204 87 



18,546 49 



18,546 49 



18,546 49 



72 00 

4 00 

68 16 



18,546 49 




169 12 

26,707 19 



11 



MOUNTED POLICE. 



253 



Forage. 



Brought forward , 



Fort Maeleod S — 

Oats— '82-3 contract, 1,464 lbs., at 6c... Baker & Co 

'82-3 extra, 15,000 do 6c. Stewart Ranch Co 

'83-4 contract, 100,000 do 5fc. Baker & Co 

'83-4, extra, 55,074 do 3|c. do 



Hay— '82-3, 5 tons, at $15 Chas. Craig 

'82-3,5*$ do 15 French & Smith.. 

'82-3, 5 do 20 * J. May & Co 

'82-3, 1 ton, at $20 G. F. Wachter... 

'83-4 contract, 350 tons, at $22 Baker & Co 

'83-4, extra, 4£ do 18 Wm. Hyde 

'83-4 do 10 do 15 John Murphy. ... 

Contracts of 1883-84 :— 

Straw— 100 tons, at $20 Baker & Co.. . .. 

Bran— 5,000 lbs., at 5^c do 

Pressing Hay {no contract): — 

'83-4, 7f tons, at $2.50 Winder & Co .... 



Supplies of 1882-83, under contract. , 
do 1883-84 do 



do 
do 



do 
do 



1882-83, beyond contract amounts or not under 

contract 

1883-84 ,- 



1882-83. 
1883-84. 



$ cts. 



87 84 

900 00 

5,750 00 

1,789 89 



75 CO 

87 18 
100 00 

20 00 
7,700 00 

8L 00 
150 00 



$ cts. 



8,527 73 



87 84 

15,725 00 



1,182 18 
2,040 26 



Paid to I. G. Baker & Co. ...... 

Eight single payments above. 



pie Creel* : — 

Not under contract : — 

Oats— '82-3, 22,235 lbs , at 3c T.C.Power & Bro 

'83-4, 19,100 do 3c do 

Hay— '82-3, 1J tons, at $15 R. McKinnon ..... 

'82-3,2 do 15 W.A.Douglas. 

Under contract : — 

Cutting and stacking hay, '83-4, 157 

tons, at $3.75 Jas. Tanner 



Forage of 1882-83. 
do 1883-84. 



icine Hat— (no contracts) : — 

Oats— '82-3, 3,565 lbs., at 3 c Langdon & Shepard.., 

'83-4,16,525 do 3c Tweed & Awart. 

'83-4, 500 do lfc do 

'83-4, 2,100 do l|c .. do 

'83-4, 1,435 do 3c Langdon & Shepard.., 

'83-4, 1,780 do 2jc N. W. C. & N. Co! 

Hay— '83-4, 1,600 lbs., at $1 E. Mackay 

2,670 do 1 N. W. C. & N. Co. 

Sacks— '82-3,28 Langdon & Shepard... 

'83-4 12 do ... 

Bran— '83-4, 1 sack Tweed & Ewart 

Forage for detachment— '82-3 Langdon & Shepard.. 



Carried forward. 



1,270 02 
17,765 26 

17,602 73 
1,432 55 



667 05 
573 00 



22 50 

30 00 



719 55 
1,161 75 



106 95 

495 75 

8 75 

27 80 

43 05 

44 50 

16 00 
26 70 



8,213 18 

2,000 00 
275 00 

19 37 



15,812 84 



3,222 44 



19,035 28 



19,035 28 



19,035 28 

1,240 05 
52 50 

588 75 

1,881 30 



726 80 
42 70 



6 05 

1 00 

65 28 



$ cts. 



26,707 19 



19,035 28 



1,881 30 



841 83 



48,-165 60 



254 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4 



11 



Forage. 



Brought forward 

Medicine Hat— Concluded. 

Forage of 1882-83 

do 1883-84 



Paid to Tweed & Ewart 

do Langdon, Shepard & Go 

do North- West Coal & Navigation Co. 
do E. Mackay 



Fort Osborne — 

Supplies of 1883 -84 (not under contract): — 

Oats— 123£ bu3hels, at 40c W. F. Lane 

liy| do 35c do 

31A do 40c A.P.Germain.., 



Hay— 23£ tons, at $10 W. F, Lane 

2,200 lbs G. K Malcolm... 

1 load A. P. Germain... 

Bran A. P. Germain... 

Sacks, 12 do 



Fort Pelly (no contract) : — 

Hay— '83-4, cutting and hauling 10 tons, 

at $8 Duncan McDonell. 

Fort Pitt (no contract): - 

Hay— -'83-4, 17§ tons, at $10 Hudson Bay Co. 

Prince Albert (no contracts) : — 

Oats— '82-3, 150 bushels, at$1.60c Wm. Tait 

'83-4,127 do 60c Hudson Bay Co. 

Hay— '83-4, 45 tons, at $10 Hudson Bay Co. 

Bran— '82-3, 2,300 lbs Thomas McKay. 

do '83-4, 1 ton Hudson Bay Co. 

Sacks— '82-3, 20, at 62£c ....Thomas McKay. 

Freight— '82-3, 1,000 lbs., at 3 c do 

do '82-3, 1,000 do l£c do 



Forage of 1882-3 .. 
do 1883-4... 



Paid to Hudson Bay Co. 

do Wm. Tait 

do Thomas McKay. 



Qn'Appelle :— 

Supplies under Contract : — 
Oats, 1882-3, 9,785 lbs. 



at 5c T. Howard. 



Supplies not under Contract : — 

Oats— 1882-3 25| bush., at $1.00 Mowat Bros 



1883-4 12 


do 


186 


do 


50 


do 


647 


lbs., 


7,378 


do 



at 



90c Hudson Bay Co. 

75c do 

75c J. Buchanan 

3c Mowat Bros., 

5c T. Howard 



Hay 



1882-3 12^ tons, at $20.00 T. M. Thompson 

1883-4 15 do 12.50 J. A. Fraser & Co 

3 tons, at 12.00 Hudson Bay Co 

1 load Mowat Bros 



Carried forward. 



$ cts, 



176 48 
665 35 



533 30 
221 33 

71 20 
16 00 



49 40 
41 83 
13 82 



238 66 

11 50 

4 50 



240 00 

76 18 




17 00 
5 00 




30 00 
12 50 


312 00 
531 18 


531 18 

240 00 

72 00 



489 25 

25 24 
10 58 

139 25 
37 50 
19 41 

368 90 



246 66 


187 50 


36 00 


5 00 



$ cts. 



841 83 



841 83 



105 05 



254 66 

90 

1 30 



175 00 



316 18 
450 CO 



22 00 
12 50 



42 50 



843 18 



843 18 



1,090 13 



475 IS 



1,565 29 



$ cts 



48,465 60 



361 9 
80 



843 1 



49,925 



MOUNTED POLICE. 



255 



Forage. 



Brought forward 



■n'appelle — Concluded. 

Sacks 1883-4, 86, nt 40c T. Howard 

Forage for detachments, 1883-4 S. H Caswell.... 

do do L. Mulholland... 

do do J. Doolittle 



Supplies of 1882-3 under contract 

do not under contract. 

Supplies of 1883-4 do 



Regina : — 

Oats— '82-3, contract, 94,350 lbs, at 5c... T. Howard. 
'83-1 do 106,053 do 3i|c... do 



Paid to Hon Thos. Howard 

do Hudson Bay Company 

do Mowat Bros 

6 single payments above 



extra 



26,000 do l^c. do 



Hay-'82-3, 112| tons at $16.20...T. Howard.. 

4§ do ...Mowat Bros, 

'83-4, contract, 508J do 16 50...T, Howard- 



extra, 
do 



5 54 do 

5f do 



18. 50... Mowat Bros. 
...John Shera.. 



Bran— '82-3, 1,335 lbs , at lc, & $3 for car- 
tage Mowat Bros. 

'83-4, contract, 9,625 lbs., at 3|c...T. Howard... 

Straw— '83-4, contract,93-535.tona,at $14.50 do 

Sacks— '83-4, 15 at 15c Mowat Bros. 

Stabling Horses—' 82-3. do 

do '83-4 L. D. Kean... 



Forage for Detachments— '82-3 Langdon & Shepard 

do '83-4. ......... .Walsh Hendrik 



Forage of 1882-3, under contract..... 

do 1883-4 do 

do 1882-3 beyond contract amount or not under con- 
tract 

do 18S3-4 beyond contract amount or not under con- 
tract ^ 



Forage of 1S82-3. 
do 1883-4. 



Paid to Hon. Thos. Howard. 

do Mowat Bros , 

4 small payments above 



ikatchewan : — 

Supplies of 1883-4 :— 

Hay, contract, 125 tons, at $ 9.00 P. Brunette.... 

do extra 7 do 9.50 do 

do do Of do 10.00 A. R. Lang.... 

Oats, contract, 30,000 lbs., at 4£c H. Belcher 

Straw, contract, 25 tone, at $4.50 do 

Bran, 924 lbs., at 2c T. Lamoureux. 



49,?* 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



9 55 
3 00 
1 50 



489 25 
271 90 
852 59 



892 55 

185 83 

49 65 

485 71 



4,717 50 

3,977 00 

344 11 



1,820 49 
139 30 

8,384 53 

102 50 

91 88 



16 35 
336 87 



22 50 
27 50 



20 90 
19 70 



4,717 50 
14 : 054 66 



2,019 54 
587 94 



6,737 04 
14,642 60 

20,936 76 
282 90 
159 98 



1,125 00 

66 50 
7 50 



$ cts. 



1,565 29 



34 40 



14 05 



1,613 74 



1,613 74 



10,538 70 



353 22 

1,356 26 

2 25 



50 00 
40 60 



18,772 16 



2,607 48 



21,379 61 



21,379 64 
21,379 64 



1,199 00 

1,350 00 

112 50 

18 48 



$ cts. 



49,925 69 



1,613 74 



21,379 €4 



2,679 93 
75,599 05 



256 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Forage. 


$ Ct3 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 






75,599 05 


Sashaftchc wan — n ov eluded. 

Supplies of 1883-i under contract .., - 


2,587 50 
92 43 


2,679 98 


do beyond contract amounts or not 
under contract .. ... 






1,304 00 

1,350 00 

18 ^8 

7 50 




Paid to P. Brunette 










do T. Lamoureux 




do A. R. Lang 














Shoal Lake (no contract) : — 
Forage for Detachments : — 

1882-3, Mowat Bros . 


H 60 
2.J 95 

44 30 
8 00 




1883-4, Parkinson & Millar 






Swift Current (no contract) : — 
Forage Jor Detachments : — 

1882-3, F. Fraser Tims --. 

1883-4 do ., , 


7 00 
100 00 


28 C5 ■ 


Fort Walsh (no contract) : — 
May, 1882-83, Supplies:— 

700 lbs. at lc, W. R. Abbott 


52 30 


5 tons at $20, E. C. Oliver 






107 00 

G 34 

75,803 24 
62 50 I 


Wood Mountain (no contract) :— 

Forage for Detachment : — 

1882-3, H. Hunter & Co 






Total 






Less— Stores sold 


Forage, 1883-84 


75.740 74 




7.514 59 
55,414 36 


62,988 95 
12,814 2d 


Summaries of Forage : — 

Forage of 1882-3 under contract 


1 


do 1883-4 do 


do 1882-3 beyond contract amounts or not under 

contract.. 

do 1883-4 do do 


4,941 07 




12,48) 66 
63,317 53 




75,803 24 


do 1882-83 


75.803 24 


do 1883-84 


Paid to I. G. Baker & Co .. 


32,f94 35 
21,8/9 31 

3,510 00 

2,250 00 

1,350 00 

1,30 1 CO 

1,240 05 

1,08-3 51 

926 55 

900 00 

588 75 

533 30 

3,623 84 


do Hon. Thos. Howard. , 


75 803 24 


do McFarlane Bros 


do D. L. Clink 

do Geo. VIonilaws 


do H. Belcher 

do P. Brunette 

do T. C.Power& Bro 

do Hudson Bay Co 

do North American Ry. Contracting Co 


do Stewart Ranch Co .. 


do Job. Tanner 

do Tweed & Ewart 


41 payments less than f 500 


Carried forward ...... 





11 



MOUNTED POLICE. 



257 



Forage. 



Erought forward 



Hay 

Oais . 

Straw 

Bran ... 

Forage for detachmeut3. 

Sacks 

Freight 

Crushed feed 



$ cts. 



36,193 18 

33,996 12 

3,868 76 

1,100 60 

510 72 

73 90 

42 50 

17 46 



$ cts. 



75,803 24 



$ cts. 



North-West Mounted Police, Ottawa, Nov. 21, 1884. 

Sir, — Referring 1o your letter of the 18th inst., asking explanation respecting 
the difference between the price of oats purchased from IMtssrs. Baker & Co., and a 
quantity purchased from the Koith American Contracting Co., at Calgary, during 
Lhe year 1883: 

Prior to the construction of the railway it was necessary to make arrangements, 
jeveral months in advance, for supplies required at the various police posts, as the 
transport had to be performed by ox trains. 

In March, 1883, tenders were invited for furnishing the quantity of oats which, 
t was estimated would be required at Calgary befb;e the opening of the railway to 
.hat place, viz , 100,000 lbs. 

The contract was awarded to Messrs. I. G. Baker & Co., and that firm delivered 
he oats at the barracks from time to time, as required. 

It was our intention to call for tenders, on the completion of the railway to 
Calgary, for an additional quantity of 100,000 lbs. The officer commanding at that 
wever, enabled to purchase, from the North American Contracting Com- 
pany, a quantity of oais, somewhat damaged, but yet fit for immediate use, at 1J cts. 
iter pound (51 cts. per bushel), the hauling to the barracks being performed hy the 
police. 

In the spring of 1884, tenders were invited for 500,000 lbs. of oats, to be de- 
ivered at the various police posts along the line of the Canada Pacific Railway. 

The average price of the oats bought under these tenders, and delivered at 
aegina, Maple Creek, Medicine fiat and Calgary, was 46 cts. per bushel. 

The officer by whom these oats were purchased from the North American Con- 
i-racting Company reported as follows: — 

tk Mr. Con key, agent for iiessrs. Langdon & Shepherd, offered to furnish us a 
1 quantity of oats at a small price, and I received authority to buy a large amount 
f lor Calvary and Macleod. Messrs. Langdon & Shepherd's contract having ceased 
v &t the Elbow, and as they were leaving the country, intending to turn over evory- 
' thing to the new Construction Company, Mr. Conkey asked me to see Mr. Ross, 
the Superintendent, and he would deliver the oats to me. I saw him, and he agreed 
to deliver the requisite amount of good oats. 

41 1 heard, from, some source, that the oats intended to be delivered to us were of 
very poor quality; so, when a car load arrived, I sent Veterinary-Surgeon Riddel 
lo examine them. Every bag was looked over. At first they were pretty good, 
and then got so bad that we could only get a few good bags out of a car load ; and 
at last 1 1 eluded to take any more, as they stated all they had were of the same 
quality as those refused by ua. The Company declared I must take them, but I 
absolutely declined." 

1 have the honor to be, &c, 



fhc Auditor General* 
5-17 



FREDK. WHITE, Comptroller, 



258 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



II 



Fuel and Light, 



JBattlof >r«l : — 

Wood, contract, 303 rords, at $4.75 Hugh Richardson 

da at Eagle Hills 60 cords atl.50.G. H. Harper 
Hauling 183 cords from Eagie Hjlls R. Rutledge..... 



Charcoal, 660 bushels, at 50c G. H. Harpc* 

Candles, sperm, contract, 150 lbs., at27£c Hudson Bay Co.. 

Matches, contract, 5 eross, at 7lc T... do 

Coal oil, contract '8 !-3, 360 galls., at $1.75. T. Howard 

do do '83-4,200 do 1. 90. Hudson Bay Co .. 



Summary — Bat'lefo^d : — 

Hugh Richardson 

Hon. Thos. Howard.., 

Hudson B»v Co 

G. H. Harper 

Const. R. Rutledge.., 



Calgary :— 

Coal, blacksmiths', 1 ton I. G.Baker & Co. 

do fuel, 1 ton do 

do blacksmiths', \\ ton, at $16.00 Wm. Bredin 

do fuel, 9$ tons, at #14.00 do 

do 6 do 9.50 J.K.Oswald..., 

do 5£ do 5.00... Cochrane & Co.. 

do 25 busheli, at 50c A. O. Chlagel.... 



Wood 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



80 cords, 
1H do 



at 



poplar, 
pine, 



69£ do 

12 do 
9 do 
5 do 

pine, 6£ do 

do 6 do 

15 do 

30 do 

2l£ do 

13 do 
9 do 

contract, 4?8 do 
81 £ do 
18$ do 

Cart burned for fuel , 

Hauling 128 cords, at ?5c 

Chopping and piling 48 cords, 



$7.C0 1. G. Baker & Co. 

6.75 do 

8.00 {$. Livingston ... 

8.00 do 

8.00 J. Mallette 

6.00 Baker & Co 

6.00 D. McGillis 

6.00 G. Saloies 

6.00 B. Anome 

6.00 James House 

6.00. L. Roselle .. 

6.00 A. Carney 

6.00 James Morris-... 

5.90 T. P. McHugh... 

5.75 M. Morns- 

5.75 G.C. King & Co. 

Paul Fanion 

Wm. Morgan ..... 

at $2. 50.. ..James Morris. ... 



Ccal oil, 



do 
do 
do 

do 



contract ' 83-4, 246 
do '82-3, 22 
269£ 



64 galls., at $1.25.. .Baker & Co. 



do 
do 
do 



6 do 



1.20... do 

1.10... do 

0.45...C.H. Bayne, Re- 

gina 

0.85...F. Padmore 



Matches, contract, 10 gross, at Si. 10 Baker & Co 

Candles do 240 lbs. , at 26c do 

do 6 do 40c N. A. R. C. Co.. 



Cartage on coal oil C. H. Bayne 

Summaries — Calgory : — 

Supplied in 1882-3 

do 18S3-4 



T. P. McHugh .... 
I. G. Baker & Co. 

S. Livingston 

M. Morns 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



,439 25 
30 00 
68 60 



630 00 

3S0 00 



,439 25 
630 00 

4J4 80 

410 00 

68 60 



20 00 
15 00 
20 00 
129 50 
57 00 
26 25 
12 50 



121 25 
5 10 



62 40 

2 40 



1,527 70 
4 619 17 



2,525 20 

1,182 17 

652 00 

468 Gi 

4,827 39 



$ cts 



1,597 85 

S30 00 

41 25 

3 55 



1,010 00 



2,382 65 



280 25 



5,264 07 



625 75 
11 00 



64 80 
1 00 



6,146 87 



$ cts, 



2,982 64 



6,146 87 



9,123 « 



11 



MOUNTED POLICE. 



259 



Fuel and EJglnt. 



Brought forward. 

Igary — Concluded. 

James Morris 

Charles H. Bayne, Regina. 
William Bredin 

15 single payments above 



|rt ^Iacleo«l :- 

Coal— 



30-725 tons, at $14 00...Raker k Co. 



(contract) 
do 

do 

and hauling. 



Wcod- 



■150| cords, at 
20 do 



12.25...N.-W. C.&N. Co 
12.00... do 

5.50 ..M. Macfarland ... 

4. 00... do 

15 00... do 

]8.00...Geo. Levasseur. 

15 00. ..H. Savorv 

20 00... do " 

IB 00...H. E. Devons ... 
13.00...Thos. Banbury... 



.00 Baker & Co.. 

4.00.... do 




Coal oil— '82^3, 355 galls., at $1.25. do 

(contract) '83-4, 250 do 1.00. do 

20 do 1.25.F. Pace 



Candles (contract) —250 lbs , at 25c Baker & Co. 

(Matches (contract)— 10 gross, at $1.G0 do 

^Summaries— Fort Micleod : — 

Supplies of 1882-3 

Supplied in 1883-4 ,. 



North-West Coal and Navigation Co. 

I. G. Baker & Co 

Marcella Macfarland 

Geo. Levasseur „ „ 

4 single payments above 



fie Creel* :— 

Joal— 45 tons, at $ 5.00 Sask. Coal Co... 

1|5 do 10 00 N.-W.C.&N.Co. 

12^ do 9 00 do 

4 sacks, at 2.00 Langdon, Shepard & Co. 

Wood— 12 cords, at 5 00 W.R.Abbott.... 

2 loads E. H. Partridge. 

Cutting and hauling 102 cords, at $1, 4 constables. 
do do 174 do $1.25 do 

3oal oil— 35 galls., at 70c T. C. Power & Bro. 

-£ gall., at 80c b\ F. Tims 






andles— 40 lbs , at 25c T. C Power & Bro. 

50 do 30c do 

10 do 40c P.F.Tims 



'oal oilcan „. do 

latches Langdon, Shepard & Co. 

height on coal N.-W. C. & N. Co. 



luminary —Maple Creek :— 

Saskatchewan Coal Mining Co 

North-West Coal and Navigation Co 

T. C. Power & Bro 

5 single payments above 



1-1*4 



Carried forward 



% cts. 



4,827 99 



174 00 
122 25 
149 50 
873 13 



430 15 

113 3i 

2,863 33 

357 50 

324 00 

356 25 

724 50 

48 75 

25 00 

26 25 
26 97 

1,206 00 
80 00 



443 75 

250 00 

25 00 



4,107 43 
3,265 82 



2,976 63 

2,432 40 

1,037 75 

724 50 

151 97 



225 00 

16 75 

108 67 

8 00 



60 00 

11 10 

102 00 

217 50 



24 50 
40 



10 00 

15 00 

4 00 



225 00 

130 87 

49 50 

404 10 



% cts, 



6,146 87 



% CtS. 



9,129 52 



5,296 00 
1,286 00 



718 75 
62 50 
10 00 



7,373 25 



7,373 25 

358 42 

390 60 
24 90 



29 00 
75 
35 
5 45 



7,373 25 



809 4T 



809 47 



17 3 312 24 



250 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Fuel and Ujrlit. 



Brought forward 



medicine Hat :— 

Coal— 100 tons, at $5.25 Tweed & Ewart. 

30 do 8.00 N.-W. Coal & N Co. 

Cartage on 30 tons do 

Supplies for detachments Tweed & Ewart. 

do ...Langdori, Shepard & Co. 

Tort Osborne:— 

Coal— 40tODS, at $12. 59...., Bell, Lewis & Co, 

Cartage on 40 tons, at $1.50 do 

Supplies for detachments A. P. Germain.. 

do G. K. Malcolm... 

Ottawa : — 

Fueljor Stores Building : — 

Coal J.G.Butterworth 

do . F. Clemow 



$ cts 



Tort Pelly:— 

Coal Oil— 20 galls., at $2.00 H. B. Co. 

Tort Pitt :— 

Wood— 21§ cords, at $3.50, H. P». Co. 

Coal oil — 5 galls , at 2.50 do 



Frince Albert: — 

Wood— 50 cords, at $3. 50 H. B. Co 

Coaloil — 14galls., at 1.50 do 

5 do 2.00 Thos. McKay. 

2 do 2.00 BeUs & Gwynne 



Matches— 1 % gross. 



Summary — Prince Albert :— 

Hudson Bay Co 

Thos. McKay 

Betts & Gwynne 



0.n'Appelle : — 

Supplies for detachments — H. B. Co 

do S.H. Caswell.... 

do Mowat Bros 

do E. L. Burpe... . 

Wood— 12 cords, at $3. 50 S. H Caswell.... 

20 do 4.25 J.A.Fraser& Co 

JSegina : — 

Coal, soft— 12-55 tons, at $20.50 T. Howard 



7' 
56-1 
Coal (contract) 250* 



Coal, hard 



Coal, soft 
Coal 



Wood 



2B{ 

51$ 

9-95 

10- 

34* 

115£ 

1-1 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



18.50. 
17.50. 
10.00. 
20.15. 
19.25. 
18.00, 
17.28. 



do 

do 

N.-W. C.&N.Co 
W. C. Fowler.... 

do 

do 

do 



15 00 C. P. It. Co 

9. 50. ..Smith & Ferguson 
18-60 Mowat Bros 



164$ cords, at 
2 loads at 
1 do 
$ cord at 



6. 20. ...McKay & Jackson 

8.00 T. S. Fleetham.. 

8.00 H. McElree 

8.00..Spraguc & Scarlett 



Carried forward. 



525 00 

240 00 

60 00 



33 56 
5 90 



503 60 
60 00 



17 35 
5 75 



21 00 
10 00 

4 00 



197 00 

11 60 

5 50 



24 65 

17 00 

1 70 

12 CO 



42 00 
83 CO 



257 27 
129 50 
981 75 

2,500 00 
533 98 
991 37 
179 10 
173 80 
510 00 

1,097 25 
22 20 



1,019 90 

16 00 

8 00 

4 00 



$ cts. 



825 00 
39 46 



563 60 
23 10 



7 60 
21 25 



85 75 
12 50 



175 00 



J5 00 
4 10 



214 10 



55 35 

127 00 



7,370 22 

1,047 90 
8,424 12 



$ cl 



17,312 2 



864 41 



586 

28 i 
40 ( 



214 



182 



19,326 



11 



MOUNTED POLICE. 



261 



Fnel ami Ii?gliA. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 




8,424 12 

513 72 
14 00 


19,326 95 


Xegina— Concluded. 

Coal oil, to Nov. '83 (contract) 603 galls., at 75c... T. Howard 
do May and June, '84, 135^ galls , at 45c. MowatBros.... 
(See page 262.) 
Matches (contract) 20 gross, at 70c .T. Howard. 


452 75 
60 97 


2,500 00 
2,388 25 
1,835 27 

1,019 90 
83 17 
28 00 




Summary— Re gin a : — 

North-West Coal and Navigation Co 


8,951 84 


8,951 84 


W. 0. Fowler., for C. P. R. Co 




Hon. Thos. Howard ..... 

Smith and Ferguson. .. 




McKay k Jackson 




Mowat Bros 




3 small payments above... 

ort Saskatchewan : — 

Expenditure under Contract : — 

Wood — 329 cords, at #2 P. Brunette 








822 50 

281 25 

15 00 
2 25 

35 00 




Coal oil— '82-3, 75 galls., at $2. 25 T. Howard 

'83-1,50 do 2.25 Hudson Bay Co.. 

Candles— 50 lbs., at 30c do 


168 75 
112 50 








Matches — 3 gross, at 75c do 






Not under Contract : — 

Charcoal— 100 bushels, at 35c J. Mewhort 

Summary— Fort Saskatchewan : — 

P. Brunette , 

Hon. Thos. fcioward , 


822 50 

168 75 

129 75 

35 00 


1,156 00 


1,156 00 


Hudson Bay Co. 

John Mewhort 




heal liaise : — 

Supplies to DetacJimen is : — 

Parkinson <te Millar * 








78 25 
12 20 

158 40 
251 00 










Coal oil — 180 galls , at 88c... I G. Baker <fe Co 




90 45 


Cutting and haulicg £02 cords, at 50c. 4 constables ..... 






r «od Mountain : — 

Supplies for detachments Leigh ton k Jordan 

do do Geo". P. Ward 

Total, Fuel and Light 


41 11 
35 00 


409 40 

76 11 
30,010 75 




jimmaries -Fuel and Ughl : — 

i Coal 


15,098 79 

11,047 67 

3,322 02 

212 55 

45 25 

284 47 


30,010 75 


; Wood 




j Coal oil ...... 




J Candles ., ,.... 

i Matches 




Supplies for detachments 




North-West Coal and Navigation Co..... 




5,907 50 
3,822 97 
2,634 02 
2,525 20 
2,388 25 
1,439 25 
1,097 25 
1,037 75 
1,019 90 




I. G. Raker k Co 




Hon. Thos. Howard .... 




T P. McHugh 




Canadian Pacific Railway Co 




Hugh Richardson 




Smith & Ferguson 

Mareella McFarland 




McKay k Jackson „ 

Carried forward 




21,872 09 





......... .~* 



262 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Fuel and Uirtit. 



Brought forward 

Summaries— Fire and I^iglit — Conclude 

Hudson Bay Co 

P. Brunette 

Geo. Levasseur 

8. Livingston 

Bell, Lewis, Yates & Walsh 

Tweed & Ewart 

52 payments under $500 * 



$ cts. 



21,872 09 



914 45 
822 50 
724 50 
652 00 
563 60 
558 56 
3,903 05 



% cts. 



30,010 75 



Audit Office, Dec. 17th, 1884. 

Sir, — I notice that you have contracted for wood with Col. Hugh Eichardso] 
the Stipendiary Magistrate at Eegina. There are always objections to dealings | 
this kind between the Government and its servants. Yours respectfully, 

The Comptroller, N.-W. M. P. J. L. Mc DOUG ALL, Auditor-Genera'. 



N.W.M.P,, Ottawa, 29th December, 1884. 



Ma 
ar 



Sir, — In reply to your letter of the 17th instant, I beg to state that in 
1883, tender?i were invited for cord wood for the Mounted Police at Battleford 
the contract was awarded to Messrs. Hugh Eichardson, jun., and John S. Macdonal 
for 200 cords at 84.75 per cord. Subsequently, Lieut.- Colonel Hugh Eichardso 
Stipendiary Magistrate, upon being ordered to change his residence from Battlofo: 
to Eegina, at?ked that the police would take over the firewood which ho had pu 
chased at Battleford for use during the following winter. 

As additional fuel was required, the wood in question, 103 cords, was purchase 
from him at tho same price as was paid to the contractors for the 200 core 
previously obtained, viz., $4.75 per cord. 

I have the honor to be, &c, 

FEEDK. WHITE, Comptroller. 
The Auditor General, 
Ottawa. 



N. W. M. P., Ottawa, 29th December, 1884. 

Sir, — Eoferring to your enquiry with regard to the purchase of 303 gallons 
coal oil at Eegina, during the winter of 1883-84, in excess of the quantity contraete 
for. 

I understand that your objection to this purchase is, that we paid 75 ct«. p< 
gallon, whilst, owing to fluctuations in the market price, coal oil was sold at Eagin 
during the winter at 60 cts. per gallon. 

In explanation, I beg to state that the contract for the supplies for 1883-84 wf 
awarded upon tenders called for by advertisements published in newspapers throng! 
out the North- West and tho Eastern Provinces, and when it was found that tl 
quantity of coal oil would be insufficient for the winter requirements, the addtioi 
suprly was ordered from the contractor who had been the successful compotit 
under the tender system. 

I have the lienor to be, &o.. f 



The Auditor-General, 
Ottawa. 



FEEDK. WHITE, Comptroller. 



MOUNTED POLICE. 



263 



Clotbing. 



1883-4. 



Rate. 



Contract for 1883-4 and 1884-5 : — 

Woollen undershirts, seamless, double-breasted, 16 oz. weight, 

C. Turnbull 

Woollen undershirts, seamless, double-breasted, 16 oz. weight, 

D. Bell 

Woollen drawers, double-seated, by extra thread of vara, 16 oz 

weight, D. Bell .".. 

Woollen socks, 18 inches long in leg (pairs) — D. Bell , 

do do J.Hodgson , 

Woollen stockings, 21 inches long in leg (pairs) — D. Bell 

do do P. Knell 

Waterproof sheets, 6 feet by 6 feet 6 inches, S. & EL Borbridge 
Mocassins, large sizes, 6 inches in leg, to be sewn with sinew, 

(pairs)— R. J. Devlin 

Gauntlets, white buckskin, unlined (pairs) — M. Malone 

do do J. Hall & Co 

Fur caps, R. J. Devlin 

do Renfrew & Co , 

Gauntlets, teamsters, lined (pairs) — M. Malone 

Mitts, lined buckskin, with one finger (pairs)— M. Malone 

do do Morrison & Co. .. 

Blankets, grey, 10 lbs. weight, 7 feet 6 inches by 5 feet 6 inches, 

(pairs)— A. French 

Boots, long black, riding, square cut at top (pairs) — Cassils, 

Stinson & Co 

Boots, long black, riding, square cut at top (pairs)— Shaw, 

Stinson & Co 

Boots, ankle, stable (pairs) — Cassils, Stimson & Co 

do do fShaw, Cassils & Co 

Buffalo coats, R J.Devlin 

Towelling (yards) — Dolan & Co., London 

do huckaback, J. M. Garland 

Blanket strap?, S. & H. Borbridge 

Palliasses, S & H. Borbridge . 

do National Manufacturing Co..... 

Pillow-cases, S. <fc H. Borbridge. 

do National Manufacturing Co 

Haversacks, coarse linen, S. & H. Borbridge 

Tuque3, D. Bell 

do J. Hodgson 

Kit bags, S. & H. Borbridge 

Greymiliiary flannel shirts, Morrison & Co 

Cloaks, cloth, cavalry, J. & B. Pearse & Co., London ,. 

Breeches, cloth do do 

Tunics do do .., 

Serge (yards) 

Helmets , 



$ cts. 
1 33 



1 27 
29 5 



Q 44 
175 



1 50 
1 85 



1 75 



2 00 
1 50 



4 50 

5 25 



2 25 



14, 



38 
90 



25 



24^ 



4 25 



3 28£ 
4 07 ft 

73 

1 21| 



No. 



1,500 



1,500 
3,000 



1,500 
"'260 



1884-5. 



Rate. 



1,500 
500 



300 



300 
700 



400 
1,500 



800 



2,000 



200 

200 



200 



700 



100 



2,000 
700 

2,000 
200 



$ cts. 

1 17§ 
1 03 
29| 

40 

1 20 

95| 

1 45| 
1 40 

1 25 
4 00 

4 50 

2 25 

14 50 

n\ 

38 

74J 

18^ 
34 

19£ 

4 25 

1 30 

10 82£ 

3 28^ 



No. 



1,200 

1,200 

2,500 

1,000 
20O 

1,000 

300 

100 

600 
300 

1,000 

500 
150 

1,000 
150 

100 

100 
100 

30O 
50 

1,200 

100 

1,000 



OP, 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



il 



CIo tiling. 



Undershirts, 1,500, at $1.33 Chas. Turnbull, Gait.. 

Drawers, 1,500 pairs, at $1.27 — Duncan Bell, Montreal 

Socks, 2,424 pairs, at 29£c do 

do 576 do 27c. (short weight) do 

Hose, 1,500 do 44c do 

Moccasins, 1,512 pairs, at $1.50 R. J. Devlin, Ottawa... 

Gauntlets, unlined, 480 pairs, at $1.85. II. Malone, Montreal.... 

do do 19 do 1.60 (inferior) do 

Seal caps, 300, at $1.75 R. J. Devlin, Ottawa.. 

Gauntlets, lined, 300 pairs, at $2 M. Malone, Montreal.... 

Mitts, lined, 532 pairs, at $1.50 do 

do 168 do 1.20 (inferior) do 



Blankets, grey, 400 pairs, 3,866 lbs., at 45c A.. French, Ottawa.... 

Blankets, 65 pairs, at $4.25 Mowat Bros 

do 2 do 4.50 do 

do 11 do 6.00 do 

do 3 do 5 31 Stobart, Eden & Co., 



Boots, 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



riding, 1,500 pairs, at $5.25 Cassels, Stimson & Co., Montreal 

stable, 800 do 2 25 do do 

45 pairs, at $7.00 1. G. Baker & Co 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



7.50..... do 

5.50 do 

7.00 W. Winder & Co 

7.50 , do 

7 . 50 Daniel Horan 

7.50 W. D. Beattie 



Tuques, 700, at 24£c Duncan Bell, Montreal... 

Flannel,, grey, 5,990 yards, at 26$fc Dolan & Co.,London,Eng 

do 5 yards, at 60c Mowat Bros 



Huckaback, 2,032| yards, at 14 s 7 s c Dolan & Co., London 

Towels, 3 doz., at $2. 30 John M. Garland,Ottawa 

do 4, at 50c I. G. Baker & Co 

Making 15 doz. towels, at 60c -....Mrs. Saffery, Regina 

do 5£ do 60c .... Mrs. Amofd, Regina. 

Breeches, blue tweed, 2,000 pairs, at $3. 28£.... I. &B. Pearse& Co.,London,Eng 
do do cloth, 1,000 do 4.44 T V Hobson&Sons do 

Tunic3, scarlet, 700, at $4.07^ I. & B. Pearse&Co. do 

Serge, scarlet, 2,050 yards, at 73c Webb & Co. do 

Helmets, 200, at $1.21f Dolan & Co. do 

Forage caps, 700, at 65c R. J. Devlin, Ottawa 

Buffalo coats, 31, at$17.00 do 

do 1, at 27.00 Graham, Grass & Co., Regina. 



do 


3 do 


do 


1 do 


do 


1 do 


do 


1 do 



Buffalo robes, 65, at $ 8.00 1. G. Baker & Co 

do 6 do 13.00 Mowat Bros 

10.00 do 

22.00 J. H. Rogers, Winnipeg. 

16.00 « do do 

8.00 D. A. Harman, Regina.... 

Making 136 buffalo coats, at $4. 00 Const. P. O 'Hare, Ft. Walsh 

Ammunitioa waist-belts, 500, at $2. 00 S. &H. Horbridge, Ottawa 

Cloak*, capes and belts, 200, at $10.82f I. & B. Pearse & Co., London, Eng 

Sheeting, twilled, 6,C63£ yards, at 27c Gault Bros , Montreal.... 

Altering clothing Mrs. Arnold, Kegina .... 

do ,...- JN. Chatwin, Regina.. 

do ~ H. H. Smith, Winnipeg. 

do Wm Lewis, Calgary 

do P. Stringer 



Carried forward, 



$ cts. 



715 08 
156 92 



888 00 
30 40 



798 00 
201 60 



1,739 70 

276 25 

9 00 

66 00 

15 93 



7,875 00 

1,800 00 

315 00 

30 00 

11 00 

105 00 

90 00 

45 00 

7 50 



1,579 02 
3 00 



288 53 
6 90 
2 00 

70 80 
30 90 



6,570 00 
4,440 83 



527 00 
27 00 



530 00 
78 00 
30 00 
22 00 
16 00 
8 00 



257 50 

72 50 

8 75 

5 50 

2 00 



11 



MOUNTED TOLICE. 



265 



Clotbiii! 



Brought forward 



Inspecting clothing supplies, 20 days R. Watson, Ottawa 

do 500 pairs ot booti, at 2c * Jas. McUullough, Ottawa 



Overalls, 5pair3at $2.00 1. G. Baker & Co.... 

do 30 do 1.75 do 

do 1 do 1.25 do 

do 8 do 2.25 T. C. Power & Bro .. 

do 1 do 2.00 , McNicol & Brunette 



Duck, 5 pieces, 300 yards, at 28£c Stcbart, Eden & Co 

Cotton, 25 yards, at 15c Mowat Bros 



Brushes, razors, &c. Dolan & Co., London, Eng. 

Buttons, officers', 20 gross, at $1.82J...Maynard, Harris & Co., London, Eng. 
do small, 43 gross, at 66^c do do 

Braces, 500 pairs, at 2l£c Hobson & Sons, London, Eng. 

Moose moccasins, 50 pairs, at $2 - Hudson Bay Co 

Packing 

i Insurance on goods from England 

! Samples , 



Compensation in place of free issue of clothing- 
Constable C. J. Pearson, Mounted Police Department, at Ottawa. 



Less— Quartermaster's stoppages 

Stores sold , ..... 

Maintenance of prisoners, charged to Justice 

Balance of Pearse & Co.'s account, paid in July, 1884.... 



Total, Clothing 



Horses and ©xt»n : — 

50 horses, at $150 Stewart Ranch Co.. 

3 horses *. W. F. River3 

2 do Hugh Richardson ... 

2 do W. Rusk. 

1 do A. T. D. Blyth 



4 cxen Indian Department. 

Horse-hire, attendance, &c 



Less— Horses sold , 

Expenditure, 1883-4, 



Arm* and Ammunition:— 

100 carbines, at $15 Winchester Co. 

Fittings for same do 

Draft do 



200 revolvers, at $15.75 H. M. Stores, Eng. 

Fittings tor same do 



1 revolver and fittings ,, Chas. Stark 

Total, Arms and Ammunition 



7,500 00 
260 00 
374 00 
360 00 
250 00 



$ cts. 



200 00 
10 00 



10 00 
52 50 

1 25 
18 00 

2 00 

85 50 

3 75 



36 50 
28 77 



167 31 

77 86 
49 98 



3,478 94 
323 43 
854 67 

4,635 96 



8,744 00 
400 CO 
224 25 



$ cts. 



48,260 



1,500 00 

96 80 

4 00 

3,151 16 
274 18 



210 00 



83 75 



89 25 

406 06 



65 27 

106 46 
100 GO; 



295 15 

68 82 
49,685 59 

9,2931 0O> 
40,392 59 



P,36? 25 
1,429 42 

7.,938 83 



1,600 80) 



3,425 34 
20 50> 

5,046 64 



266 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Contingencies. 



Services of extra clerks and packers, in Mounted Police Branch, 

at Ottawa. (See Pay of Force, page — ) 

Extra work, L. J. Burpee, 68 hours 

do C.J. H. Cbipman 

do M. L. Duplessis, 10 hours 

do C J. Steers 



Telegrams paid in Manitoba and North-West Territories. 
do Ottawa ~ , 



Postage stamps 

Office contingencies, Ottawa, L. Fortescue 

do Winnipeg, H. L. Reynolds, 
do P. R. Neale 



3 premiums on guarantees of officers 

Cleaning officers' quarters, washing prisoners' clothing, &c. 

Iiiibor of Indians and others 

Coffins 



Making packing cases 

Drawing contracts concerning barracks at Regina, J. H. Benson. 
Advertising — 

Advertising Supplies for 1883-4 and 1881-5 » 

do stray horses 

sales 

f>r recruits 

tenders for buildings 

saw-logs , 

for stewards 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



Printing 



Total Contingencies. 



cts. 



34 CO 

30 00 

5 00 

7 00 



$ cts. 



1,533 50 



76 00 



1,743 71 
772 24 



168 39 
133 49 

169 89 



1,008 24 
71 80 
7 60 
54 00 
48 67 
3 60 
11 04 



cts. 



1,609 50 



2,515 95 
979 67 



471 77 

263 28 

157 00 

201 00 

28 00- 

18 00 

42 00- 



1,204 95 
174 95 

7,666 07 



Audit Office, Ottawa, July 5, 1S84. 

Sir, — T beg to acknowledge the receipt of your applications for payment to I. 
G. Baker & Co., for supplies and pay of force at Forts Macleod and Calgary, from 
January l*t to May 31st, five month?, to be charged against the vote for 1884 85. 

Similar applications were made in July, lb8J, the beginning of the last fiscal 
year. 

Section 36 of the Audit Act sajs : — u All estimates submitted to Parliament 
shaU bo for the services coming in course of payment during the financial year;* 
These accounts would naturally have been paid, I suppose, within a month of the 
time they wero due. 

Would it not be well to obtain from Parliament, at its next Session, a grant large 
enough to cover all claims likely to be presented before June 30th, 1885 ? 

I am, Sir, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A G. 
The Comptroller, N.W.M.P. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



26? 



Miscellaneous. 






Canada "Gazette": — 

Printing and despatching, MacLean, Roger & Co 

Paper, W. Barber <fe Bros 

Translating 61,370 words, at 20c, J- Flavien Moffet. 
do 12,750 do Geo. P. Harwood.. 

Freight and cartage of paper, Canada Atlantic Ry... 
do do Canadian Express Co. 



Total Canada "Gazette' 



Miscellaneous Printing : — 

Legislation — "Parliamentary Printing," cost of Depart 
mental reports furnished to Departments 

Queen's Printer's account 

Printing Budget Speech of 1883, in French, T. Berthaiume 
(See Auditor's Report for 1882-3, page xii) , 



Array and Navy Commutation :- 

($15.62 X HI) 



Unforeseen Expenses: — 

Gratuities to families of deceased officials 

Expenses of Mission to British Columbia — 

Travelling expenses, Sir Alex. Campbell 

Transport expanses, H. G. Hopkirk 

Living allowance, 9 days, at $3.50, H. G. Hopkirk.... 

do 60 do 5.00 do- 
Telegraph and Signal Service Co., British Columbia... 
H. G. Hopkirk, telegrams paid en route „.~,. 



Law Costs: — 

L. R. Harrison, legal expenses in Steadman vs. Ven- 
ning, Hanson vs. Venning, Spun- vs. Venning ,. 

J. Henry Phair, plaintiff's taxed costs in Steadman vs. 
VenniDg 

J. Hen-y Phair, plaintiff's taxed costs in Hanson vs. 
Venning. , , 



W. W. Robertson, Q.C., costs in Hutchison vs. Cramp 

(Montreal Crystal Palace) 

W. W. Robertson, Q.C., retainer do 

Governor General 1 s trip to British Columbia in 1882 : — 

Coal used by steamer "Comus," from Esquimalt to 
San Francisco to meet His Excellency, 70 tons of 

Nanaimo coal, at $6 25 .... 

San Francisco to Esquimalt and Port Moody, and return 

to San Francisco, 205 tons of Nanaimocoal, at $6. 25 

do 50 tons Welsh coal, at $11 



$ Ct3 



107 84 

31 50 

300 00 



43 48 
40 89 



149 25 
143 45 



112 95 

200 00 



San Francisco to Esquimalt, after leaving His Excel- 
lency, 74 tons of Nanaimo coal, at $6.25 



Less— Paid in 1882-3 (see Auditor's report for 
1882-3, page 361). 



Procuring Information as to the Manufacturing Industries of 
Canada'. — 
A. H. Blackeby, services from 1st May, 1884, at |5 a 
day, and living and travelling expenses 



Carried forward 



1,281 25 
650 00 



$ Cts. 



122 74 
25 50 



57 38 
4 00 



1 ; 332 38 

529 34 
84 37 



873 50 



292 70 



312 95 



437 50 

1,831 25 

462 50 
2,731 25 
1,831 25 



$ cts. 



2,169 85 
1,411 33 



148 24 

61 38 
3,790 80 



21,880 49 
443 31 

368 60 



1,733 98 



9,150 76 



1,9^6 09 



1,479 15 



900 CO 



650 00 



14,126 00 



26S 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1833-4. 



11 



Miscellaneous. 



Brought forward. 



Unforeseen Expenses — Co itinued. 
Bookf. — 

2.600 pamphlets on Canada ...W. J. Patterson.. 

Morgan's Roister, 1882 H. J. Morgan 

10 Debates of Quebec Legislature G. A. Desjardins. 

20 Ryerson's u Story of my Life" 0. W. Jenkins. .. 

25 Chauveau's "Life of Garneau".P. J. O. Chauveau. 

Canadian papers for London Library 

High Commissioner's Office, London— part of 

salary of J. G. Colmer 

Preparation of tariff in 1879, John Lamb, 10 

days' services, at $5 



Total, Unforeseen Expenses. 



Korth-West Territories : — 

Lxpeniiture by Lt.-Gov. Dewdney at Regina, N.W.T— 
Schools : — 
Athabasca, Holy Angeb School, 12 months, to 31st 

Dec, 1883 

Eattleford, R. C. Mission School, 6 months, to 30th June, 

1883, and 6 months, to 29th Feb , 1884 

Broadview, 5 months, to 31st Mar., 18 3 4 

Calgary, Public School, 53 days, to 30th Apr., 1884.... 
Edmonton, Public School, 12 months, to 31st Mar., 1884. 
Eimonton, Farmers' School, 5 months, to 31st Mar., 

1884 

Fort Chipewvan, Protestant Episcopal School, 3 months 

to 3;?t Mar., 1883, and 6 months, to 3lst Dec , 18-<3 
Fort MacLeod, Public School, 3 months, to 30th Apr. '84 
Fort Qu'Appelle, R. C. Mission School, 11 mont .s, to 

31stMar., 1884 

Lac la Biche, Mission School, 9 months, to 31st Dec , '83 
Moose Jaw, Public School, 6 mouths, to 31st Mtr., 1884 
Moosomin. Public School, 3 months, to 31st Mar., 1S84 
Medicine Hat, Public School, 3 months, to 31st Mar., '84 
Prince Albert, Presbyterian Mission School, 12 months, 

to 15th Feb., 1884 

Prince Albert, St. Ann's School, 6 months, to 31st 

May, 1881 

Prince Albert, East End School, 6 months, to 30th 

Sept , 1883, and 3 months, to 31st Mar., 1884 

Prince Albert, St. Catharine School, Apl-, 1883, and 

10 months to 3lst Mar, 1831 

Qu'Appelle, Public School, 2 months, to 31st Mar., 1884 

Regina, 11 months to 31st Mar.. 1884 

South Branch, St. Andrew's School, 3 months, to 31st 

July, 1883, and I5 months, to 31st Mar., 1834 

St. Albert, 3 months, to 3 th June, 1832, and 12 months, 

to 31st March 1834 

St. Antoine, 6 months, to 21st Mar., 1884. -. 

St Laurent, 3 months, to2lst July, 1833, and 9 months, 

to3!stMay, 1884 

St. Louis de Langevin, Public School, 9 months, to 

31st May, 1884 



Brides :— 

Richard Hardisty, grant towards erection of bridge over 
Elbow River, at Calgary. 

John Lauder, aid to construction of bridge over Qu'Ap- 
pelle Rver, at Katepwe 

D. Perly, work and materials, repairing bridge over 
Qu'Appelle, River, at Racette's crossing, an d im- 
proving trail leading thereto - 



W. 



Carded forwarl. 



cts. 



300 00 

300 00 
87 50 
61 15 

300 00 

125 CO 

187 50 
75 00 

250 00 

225 00 

150 00 

43 75 

75 00 

300 00 

225 00 

225 00 

183 34 

40 00 
275 00 

87 50 

396 00 
125 00 

300 00 

187 50 



$ Ct3. 



500 00 

90 CO 
80 00 
60 CO 
25 00 



500 00 
500 00 

300 00 



$ cts. 



14,126 00 



755 00 
257 34 

486 66 

50 00 

15,675 00 



4,524 24 



4,524 24 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



269 



Miscellaneous, 



Brought forward 



Worth-West Terri tori* s— Continue d. 

Chas. Hamilton, Prince Albert : — 

Contract for bridge woik on McFarlane Creek , 

Furnishing and putting in extra stringers 

Repairing and building addition to bridge ove: 
creek at Wallace's 



Peter Ferguson, aid to construction of bridge over 
Qu' Appelle River, noar mouth of Pheasant, Creek . 

Chas. Nohn, building 5 bridges over trail between St. 
Antoine de Padone and Prince Albei't 

W. M. Lambert, on account of contract for building 
bridge over Boggy Creek on road allowance between 
Ranges 19 and 20, west of 2nd Principal Meridian, 
in Township Line, Township 18 

Wm. Latimer, repairing traffic bridge over Battle River, 
at Battleford , 

T. S. Gore, survey and plan of road to Qu' Appelle 
bridge 

T. S. Gore, survey of 10 acres on Section 23 



C. James, surveys, plans and specifications for two 
bridges across Boggy Creek, between Ranges 20 
and 21, and Sections 15 and 16, Township 18 
Range 19 

R. G. Ramsey, 4 days' horse hire for Messrs. White and 
C. James « 



Elections : — 

Severe Gagnon, returning officer for Edmonton, under 

writ, datf-d March 13, 1883— 

Returning officer, Severe Gagnon 

Election cleik, A. Taylor 

3 enumerators 

3 deputies , . 

3 poll clerks 

3 booths 

Hall for nomination and declaration 

Edmonton " Bulletin," printing 40 copies of ^-sheet 

handbill, " Information to Electors" 

Mileage— 576 miles, at 20 cts 



$ cts. 



165 00 
20 00 

65 00 



30 CO 
5 00 



T. C. Down, returning officer for Broadview, under 

writ, dated July 21, 1883 

Robert Crawford, returning officer for Qu' Appelle, 
under writ, dated July 21, 1883 — 

Returning officer, Robt. Crawford 

Election clerk „ 

Expenses of 6 polling places 

Mileage 

Hall for nomination 

Stationery, postage and telegrams , 



J. H. Benson, returning officer for :Regina, under writ, 
dated July 21, 1883— 

Returning officer, J. H. Benson 

Election clerk 

Expenses cf 5 polling places 

Mileage 

Hall for nomination 

Materials for posting , 



Wm. Grayson, returning officer for Moose Jaw, under 
writ, dated July 21, 1883— 

Returning officer, Wm. Grayson 

Election clerk, H. H. Smith 



Carried fonvard 



50 00 
20 00 
30 00 
15 CO 
9 00 
12 00 
10 00 

5 00 

115 20 



50 00 

20 00 

i85 90 

31 60 

5 00 

2 55 



50 00 

20 00 

270 80 

50 30 

5 00 

1 00 



50 00 
20 00 



§ eta. 



1,300 00 



$ cts. 



4,524 24 



250 00 
250 00 
136 CO 

1C0 CO 
9 00 

35 00 

40 00 
16 00 



70 00 



266 20 

207 60 



2,126 00 



295 05 



397 10 



1,165 95 



6,660 24 



270 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Miscellaneous. 



Brought forward 



North- West Territories :— 

1 enumerator 

Hall for nomination and election. 

Poll clerk 

Mileage , 



A. E Forget, travelling expenses for taking election 
writs and other papers to returning officers of 
Broadview and Qu'Appelle 

Special messenger from .Woosomin to Clare, Moose 
Mountain, with proclamation, &c., Moose Mountain 
district 

Travelling Expenses : — 

Hon S. Dewdney, living allowance while absent from 
Regina 126 days — $1.50 a day being charged to 
North-West Govt., and $3.60 to Indian grants 

A. Kearns, teamster to Lieut -Governor on trip inspect- 
ing Indian reserves at Prince Albert, Battleford 
and Fort Pitt, 40 days, at $1 

A. Kearns, board allowance, 40 days, at 75 cts 



Mileage of members of North-West Council to Regina 
and back, tor meeting held in August and Sep 
tember, 18S3. at 12£ els. a mile — 

Jas. F. Macleod, stipendiary magistrate, Mac- 
leod, 500 miles each way 

Pascal Breland, appointed member, White 
Horse Plains, 396 miles each way, calcu- 
lated as 672 miles . 

Frank Oliver, Edmonton, 750 miles each way.. 

Claude Hamilton, Broadview, 100 do 

Thus. W. Jackson, Fort Qu'App?lle, 58 miles 
each way 

Ja3. Ross, Moose Jaw, 45 miles each way.... 

D. H. McDowall, Prince Albert, 330 miles each 
way 

Rent:— 

A. E. Forget, clerk to N,W. Council, rental allow- 
ance for 1883-4 

Jas. H. Benson, office rent for Sheriff Chapleau, Nov, 1, 
1883, to May 31, 1884 7 months, at $10 

Tho3. Howard, rent of building for Lieut. Governor's 
office, May, June and July, 1883, pending comple- 
tion of Council Chamber 



Clerks, Messengers ani Laborers : — 

L. O. Bourget, clerical assistance to N.W. Government 
June 1, 1883, to June 30, 1884, 13 mos., at $60. 
R. Green, messenger at Government House — 

June 1, 18^3, to Nov. 30, 1883, 6 mos., at $17.50.... 
Dec. 1, 1833, to June 30, 1884, 7 mos., at $35 



John Secord — 

Drafting ordinances, 423 folios, at 20c. 

Engrossing same, at 10c 

Allowance fjr attendance 



Wm, Hartley, messenger at Council Chamber, Oct. 26, 

1883, to June 30, 1884, at $20 
<J. E. Simeon — 

Acting secretary to Lt -Gov., May 19 to June 30, '83 



Clerical assistance, Jan. 
working days, at $2. 



23 todarcb.31, 1834, 60 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



70 00 



60 00 
9 00 
3 00 

20 00 



40 00 
30 0D 



125 00 



84 00 

187 50 

25 00 

14 50 
11 26 

82 50 



105 00 
245 00 



84 60 
42 30 
50 00 



42 68 
120 00 



$ cts. 



1,165 95 

162 00 
30 00 

20 CO 



189 00 



70 00 



529 75 



499 92 
70 00 

90 00 



780 00 
350 00 

176 90 
163 84 

162 68 



$ cts. 



6,660 24 



1,377 95 



788 75 



659 92 



1,633 42 9,486 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



271 



Miscellaneous. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 




1,633 42 

150 00 
50 00 

24 00 


9,486 86 


Bffor4Ii-West Territories: — 

Chas. Lethbridge, clerical assistance, 1\ mos. to June 
30, 1884, at $60 






Neil McCoDnell, labor on grounds around Government 
House, May 1 to June SO, 1884 




265 


J. "W. Osborne, messenger to Council Chamber, Aug. 
13 to Sept. 29, 1883, 48 days 




212 




75 00 

35 00 
16 00 
20 00 
30 00 


1,357 42 


Expenses cf Courts: — 

Regina, 27 days' rent of room 

Saskatchewan, 9 days' rent, at $5 


221 00 
10 00 


Edmonton, jentof room 

Qu'Appelle do 




Prince Albert, 4 days' rent 

Rent of room, Jno. Flett. 




Geo. Cox, seal and dies for 1st Judicial District 










231 00 


Expenses of Lunatics confined in Stony Mountain Peniten- 
ti try— from N. W. T. :— 
Hud on Bay Co , clothing for lunatics 


35 55 

112 00 
18 20 

24 00 
2 65 

84 50 


Dr. J. S Lynch— 

Nov. 1883, 2 vists to insane patient, and consulta- 
tion with surgeon of penitentiary 


50 00 

50 00 
12 00 




April, 1884, 3 visits and operation, during absence 

of surgeon of peuitent ary 

Horse hire 




Books: — 

Morgan's Annual Register, 6 copies 






147 55 


Code of Livil Procedure, French and English, 2 copies, 
do Doutre, vols. 1 and 2 


12 00 
6 00 
6 00 




do Foran, 1 vol 

Code Municipal, French and English, 2 copies 








Fisher's Annual Digest, 1882 and 18o3 


8 50 
45 00 
31 00 




Robinson & Joseph's Digest, 2 vols 




May's Parliamentary Practice, ^-calf, 2 copies 




Subscriptions : — 

Montreal " Herald," 3} years, to 31st December, 1884... 
do " La Minerve," 25 mouths, to 9th March, 1884 

Fort Macleod " Gazette," 1 year, to 4th July, 1881 

" Graphic" for 1884 

London u Weekly Times" for 1884 




16 25 
12 23 

3 00 
10 00 

4 00 

3 00 
7 00 
7 00 

5 00 

4 00 

5 00 


129 35 


•«" 


"Blackwood," 1884. 




Toronto " Mail," 1 year, to 4th June, 18 Q 5 




do "Globe," 1 year, to 2n'.i June, 1885 




Canadian Law Jooinai, ^88i ,. 




Legal News, 1881 

Canadian Law Time.-*, 18S4 




Printing : — 

Kegma " Leader " — 
July 4, '83 — Printing 200 large. French proclamations 
do 14, '83 — Posters, district of Moose Jaw 


76 48 


25 00 

15 00 

8 50 
2 50 

6 00 
1 75 
4 50 

6 25 

9 00 

16 00 


do 16, '8J — 300 ordinances, prairie fires 




do 20, '83 — Court notices on postal cards 




do 2^, '83— 150 blank voters' lists 




Aug. 16, '83 — Printing cards of admission 




Sept. 4, '83—500 slips, notice, permit charges 

do 6, '83 — 300 ordinances in sheet, contagious dis- 
eases of animals 




October — 700 notices sheriffs sale 




do 700 forms of bonds, 2 sides........... 




Carried forward «..««, ............ 




S4 50 


11428 S& 



272 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1383-4. 



Miscellaneous. 



Brought forward 



Kortlf'ttrcst Territories 

Frintinj— Continued. 



O-'tober 
Pol do 
Mil 



do 
do 
do 



500 specially ruled jury sheets 

700 half sheets 

700 quarter sheets, Sheriff's office 

do seizure 

7C0 summons to jurors 

Novembsr — 6 execution books for bheriff Chapk au 

do 1,000 copies of 7 ordinances 

do 300 municipal ordinances ... 

do 24 — 500 blanks, conviction and return by J.P 

December 8— 300 copies of " Gazette " 

Jan. 19, '84-?00 copies, " Gazeue " No. 2 ... 

Feb. 15, '81 — 750 copies, ordinances of 1878 and 1879, 

with extra binding 

do 15, '84 — 250 appointments of justices 

do 2S, '84—150 circulars to J. P's 

do 29, '84—300 copies of N.W.T. '-Gazette " 

do 20, '84—300 commitment warrants 

May, 1884 — 200 note heads, council offic ra 

do 1C0 do council chamber 

do 300 copies North-West " Gazette" 

do 200 municipal ordinances (French) 

do 500 North- West Ordinances in French, 9C 
pages, and cover 



Advertising : — 

Begina • 4 Leader " — 
Julyl9,'83 — Proclamation setting apart Moose Jaw, 

3 times 

do 26, '83 — Election proclamation, once 

do 26, '83— Notice of court sittings, 4 times 

Aug. 2, '83— Klection notice, Regina, twice , 

do 2, '83 — Proclamation, Moose Jaw, twice 

Sept. 6, '63— Notice, liquor, 3 months, 24 lines 

do 6, '83 — Ordinance, contagious diseases of ani 

mal3, 306 iines, 2 insertions 

Jan. 17/84 — District court, 4 insertions 



Wells & Powell— 

Aug. 7. '83— Proclamation, 137 lines, 1 insertion 

Fort Macleod ' ' Gazette ' '— 
July 14/83— Proclamation, 180 lines, 3 insertions, 15 

an1 10 ,. 

Aug. 4, '83— Proclamation re Mco3e Jaw, 110 lines, 2 
insertions, 15 and 10.. 



Warner & Co., Calgary — 
June 3, '84— Proclamation, 

gary 



electoral district of Cal 



(Note. 



■None of the vouchprs for the above adver- 
tising were certified by the Queen's Prin- 
ter, the expenditure having been made in 
Kegina.) 
Telephone : — 

Share of straightening telephone line 

Moving poles and instrument at Government House 

Telephone, 1 year, to October, 1881 



Stationery ; — 

Chas'. 11 Black 

R. D. Richardson 

Hart & Co 

Begina "Leader ". 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



94 50 



H no 

11 75 

9 Oi 

9 00 

5 00 
30 9i 

352 80 
60 00 

6 00 
10 00 
37 00 

302 28 

7 00 
3 <0 

18 00 

7 00 

2 00 

1 00 

56 00 

50 00 

300 00 



36 00 
7 00 
12 CO 
26 40 
24 00 
18 00 

30 60 
7 60 



63 00 

27 50 



18 75 
50 0<) 
40 00 


174 25 
8 70 
8 28 
1 65 



% cts, 



11,9:8 66 



161 60 
13 70 



90 50 
16 80 



1,386 23 



232 60- 



108 75 



192 



13,899 12 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



2?3 



Miscellaneous. 



Brought forward 



Kortti- West Territories — Continued : — 

Freight 

Postage - 

Telegrams : — 

Great North Western Telegraph Co. ... 

Canada Pacific Railway Telegraph Co. 



Furniture : — 

Jas. Hambly — 

12 chair cushions, at $1.50 

6 feather pillows at $3.75 

2 hair mattresjes, 92 lbs , at 75c 

2 combination mattresses, at $9.50, 
40 hours' time of man, at 50c 



is hop & Shelton — 

24 light armchairs, at $2.50 

1 cane revolving chair 

1 large writing desk 

17 blinds and rollers 

5 cornice poles, at $6.50... 

216 ft. of room moulding, at 12c. 
3 small mirrors, at $1.00 



Thos. Barton — 

1 forcing frame 

1 sofa 

1 linen table cover.. 
Mounting 3 maps. 
Making table 



J. J. Campbell — 

1 piano for Government House 

Wm. H. Saunders — 

Wall paper for Government House. 
W. R. Roberts— 

1 clock for Council Chamber 

Hudson Bay Co. — 

19^ yards Brussels carpet 

18| do border 

22} do oilcloth 

10 do of cretonne 

10 do of stair linen 

1 pair of curtains 

1 do decanters , 



A. E. Forget— expenditure- 
1 table cloth 

Mounting maps, &c. 



Hon. E. Dawdney, expenditure — 

Table cloth and napkins for Government House.... 
Washing blankeis, in Winnipeg, for Govt. House... 

Mulholland Bros., 1 refrigerator 

Geo. C. Reiffenstein — 

4 portable Babcock fire extinguishers with 4 boxes 

of materials, at $54.50 

4 boxes of extra materials, at $4.50 , 

Packing , , 



Tinning & Hoskins — 

152 yards of cotton, at 14c. 
109 do 12^ c. 



5-18 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



40 10 
63 69 



18 00 
22 50 
69 00 

19 00 

20 00 



60 03 
11 00 
36 00 
19 60 
32 50 
25 92 
3 00 



20 00 

37 00 

6 50 

3 00 

62 00 



30 80 

18 75 

29 03 

3 50 

3 00 
24 00 

4 50 



2 00 
13 35 



6 70 

6 50 



218 00 

18 00 

2 00 



21 28 
13 62 



cts. 



148 50 



188 02 



128 50 

575 00 

105 33 

12 00 



113 58 



15 35 



13 20 
35 00 



238 00 



34 90 



$ cts. 



13,899 12 



265 48 
212 36 



103 79 



1,607 38 
16,088 13 



274 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1833-4. 



Miscellaneous. 



cts. 



Brought forward 

North .West Territories— Contin ued ;— 

Hardware, Lumber and Repairs : — 
Thos Barton— 

1,655 feet of lumber 

193 do of galvanized iron trough. 
Hardware 

70$ f i ft y 8 ' time » at $ 3 



Hudson Bav Co., 4 wire covers 

J. K. Riddale. painting, varnishing and cleaning Gov 

eminent House carriage .• 

M. Trottier, cleaning Council Chamber 

C. McCueker, blacksmithing 

American Lumber Co., 800 feet of lumber, at $30 for 

stable at Government House 

J. A. Kerr— 

Hardware.. = 

Kitchen utensils 



101 01 

67 55 

68 50 
21J 50 



49 12 
21 60 



S. Shannon, kitchen utensils, 

Jas. Hambly, hardware 

Sundry persons, hardware... 



Heating : — 
Fuel- 
Coal, 
do 
do 
do 
do 



tons, at $ 8.70. 



do 
do 
do 
do 



11.66. 

9.00. 

17 60. 

19.50. 



Wood, 4 cords. 



J. W. Smith— 
, 1 royal base burner and fixtures 
1 base heater and do 



Smith & Ferguson— 

1 Garland stove and fixtures, for Govt. House..... 
1 "Radiant Home " stove, No. 25, and fixtures, for 

Council Chamber 

1 "Radiant Home" base burner and fixtures, for 

Sheriffs oflice 

1 No. 14 " Rampart" coal stove and fixtures, for 

Council Chamber 



34 80 
378 95 
31 50 
8 80 
78 00 
33 00 



36 75 
36 15 



W. Smith— 
3 stoves, at $25, $9 and $8. 
Stove fixtures and labor ... 



Light : — 

127$ gals, of coal oil 

14 lbs. of candles, at 45c... 

11 lamps 

Chimneys, cans and wicks. 
31 lbs. of candles 



Maintenance of Grounds at Government House :— 

Robt. Sinton, ploughing and levelling 

J. M. McDonald, 1 set of spring tooth harrows....... 

Half cost of repairs to well (half being paid by Indian 
Department) 



Total Expenditure by Lieutenant Governor 
Dewdney, at Regina 



Carried forward, 



73 20 
59 05 

47 45 
18 00 



42 00 
58 50 



71 92 

6 30 

83 70 

8 20 

9 25 



96 00 
30 00 

60 98 



cts. 



448 56 
2 00 

10 00 
4 00 
8 30 

24 00 



70 72 

16 00 

16 60 

8 15 



565 05 



72 90 



197 70 



100 50 



608 



17 ( 



III* 
17,1 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



275 



Miscellaneous. 



Brought forward 

North- West Territories— Continued : — 

Expenditure by Department of Interior, at Ottawa : — 

Chas. James, assistant in Registrar's office at Regina, 
from Dec. 4, 1883, to May 31, 1884, 145 working 

days, at $2.. „ 

J. A. Mc Caul- 
Amount of agreement for building registry office 

at Regina .,. 

Under Wm. Lanktree's contract, building vault for 
Regina registry office 



H, Richardson, stipendiary magistrate, rent allowance 
for 1 year to June 30, 18^4, in place of free quarters 
occupied by him at the late seat of Government.... 

Canadian Express Co., express charges from Ottawa 
to Regina 

Dominion Express Co., express charges from Winnipeg 
to Regina 

A. Jukes, express charges paid from Ottawa to Regina. 

F. Fraser Tims, storage and cartage 



Lithographing, Stamps, $c. :— 
Geo. Cox— 

3 seals and presses for registry offices, Touchwood, 

Regina and Souris 

Seal, press and dies for Regina - 

Lithographing 600 liquor permits in 3 colors 

Lithographing and stamping 13 reams. 

Stamping 2 reams 

Engraving 3 headings... 

Cutting 7 reams 



Pritchard & Mingard — 

5 registry stamps in ribbon presses, at $7.50. 
5 rubber stamps 



Advertising :— 

Regina "Leader"— 

Advertising proclamation, 113 lines, 2 insertions... 
Advertising 10 lines, 3 mos. (not certified by Q.P.). 

Winnipeg " Times " — 

Adv. "Registration of Titles," daily, 10 lines, 6 

ins., 10~and 8 

Adv. "Registration of Titles," weekly, 10 lines, 

3 insertions, 10c 



Queen's Printer, statutes for 1832 and 1883, for Governor 
Dewdney, 1 copy each 



Law Costs ;— 

Jas. H. Benson — 

Drafting and engrossing Lanktree's contract and 

bond in duplicate , 

Drawing and serving notice on Lanktree , 



Travelling Expenses: — 

Thos. A. McLean, registrar, advance to meet travelling 
expenses to Calgary » , 



Stationery from Government Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer, expenditure for books and printing for 
North- West Government 



5-18J 



Carried forward, 



$ cts. 



300 00 
900 00 



193 90 

14 20 

41 45 

5 00 



30 00 
10 00 
15 00 
72 00 

3 00 
10 00 

35 



37 50 
10 10 



22 60 
12 50 



5 00 
3 00 



10 00 
2 00 



% cts. 



290 00 

1,200 00 
500 00 

254 55 



140 35 



47 60 



35 10 



8 00 
4 00 



12 00 
450 00 



163 23 
351 89 



$ cts. 



17,998 96 



2,941 60 



515 12 



21,455 68 



2*16 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Miscellaneous. 



Brought forward 



North-West Government : — 

Aorth-West Mounted Police:— 

J cost of mail service in N.W.T, 



Manitoba Penitentiary : — 

Maintenance of lunatics from N W.T 

Hugh Richardson, stipendiary magistrate, additional salary 

as legal adviser to Lieutenant-Governor Dewdney 



Total Expenditure under Supply Acts 



Salaries chargeable on the Consolidated Revenue Fund under 
43 Vic, cap. 25 sec. 89, and 47 Vic , cap. 23, sec. 1, sub.- 
sec. 8 : — 

Member of Council, P. Breland, appointed, October, 

1882, and 1st July, 1883, to 30th June, 1884 

Clerk of Council, A. E. Forget, 1883-4 

Registrar of N.W.T. , W. J. Scott do 

District Registrars — 

A. Jukes, Regina, 1st June, 1883, to 30th June, 1884 

A. Sproat, Prince Albert, 1883-4 

Thos. A McLean, Calgary, 12th to 30th June, 1884, 
at $1,200 



Total Expenditure for North-West Government 



Keewatin Government : — 

Private Secretary : — 

Walter T. Kirby, salary for 1883-4, as private secretary 
to the Lieut. -Governor of Keewatin 



Expenses of Lunatics from Keewatin, confined in Manitoba 
Penitentiary : — 

Jas. Kerr, M.D., 2 consultations on insane patient 

do horse hire 



Hudson Bay Co., clothing for lunatics 

Manitoba Penitentiary, keep of lunatics from Keewatin 



Total Expenses of Government, Keewatin., 



% cts. 



1,083 34 
1,000 00 

63 33 



50 00 
12 00 



cts. 



866 66 

1,800 00 
2,000 00 



2,146 67 



62 00 

58 90 

680 38 



$ cts 



21,455 6( 



5,676 



491 

200 






6,813 
34,637 



600 



801 



1,401 



Audit Office, Ottawa, June 5, 1884. 
Sir, — I have examined the expenditure of Lieutenant-Governor Dewdney 
North -West Territories to March, 1384, and beg to call your attention to the folio 
ing:— 

(1) I enclose the vouchers for printing and advertising for nine months, amoui 
ing to $1,237.08. Only one contains a copy of the work done. Please obts 
specimens to attach to the other accounts. 

(2) Some of the payments for election expenses are supported by stateme 
without vouchers. I would like to have the accounts which were rendered to t 
returning officers, and a copy of the tariff regulating the fees. 

(3) Voucher 85, wallpaper for Government House, $105.33. Please obt 
details of the account, 

(4) Voucher 109, Dr. J. S. Lynch, two visits and consultations, $50. The 
tance travelled and time occupied should be given. 



I am, Sir, &c, 



The Deputy Minister of Interior. 



J. L. McDOUGALL, AG. 



Ti 



MISCELLANEOUS. 277 



Audit Office, Ottawa, Aug. 27, 1884. 

Sir,-- 1 forward herewith the appropriation accounts for expenses of government 
in the North-West Territories and Keewatin, which will appear in my report for 
1683-84. 

I would like to have a copy of the tariff regulating payments for elections to 
the North-West Council. Most of thee e accounts are Eot supported b3 T vouchers. 
Claims for mileage should be accompanied by statements of distances travelled from 
place to place. 

In view of the fact that the vouchers for printing paid by Governor Dewdney 
* bear no evidence of technical examination, it would be well to have specimens of the 
work done. 

If you have spare copies of the ordinance?, Gazettes and proclamations in 
your .Department, please let me have them. If not, perhaps the printer could still 
furnish them. 

No payments should be made for advertising until certified by the Queen's 
Printer. 

You will notice under the head of hardware, on page 12 of the details, two 
items of $21.60 and $lb'.00 for kitchen utensils. If these were brought to the notice 
of Governor Dewdney, he would probably refund the amounts. 

Advertising in the Eegina Leader, ten lines, three month?, &12.50. The account 
is made out on a biank form, on which is a tariff fixing 75 cents a line for three 
months. The overcharge is obvious. 

Please return the enclosures with explanations of the causes of the difference 
between estimate and expenditure. 

I am, Sir, &c, 

J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 
The Deputy Minister of Interior. 

Lt.-Governor's Office, Eegina, Sept. 26, 1884. 

Sir, — Eeferring to your letter of the 18th June last, I am now directed by His 
Honor the Lieutenant-Governor of the North West Territories, to forward herewith 
specimens of printing and advertising in all cases where it was possible to procure 
them, and other detailed information, as required by the Auditor General. 

I have the honor 1o be, &c, 

A. E. FOEGET, Clerk of Council 
To Deputy Minister Interior. 

Extract of Letter from the Clerk of the Council of the North-West Territories: 

The items on page 1?, $21 60 and S16.00 for kitchen utensils, referred to by the 
!;Auditor-General, were allowed by His Honor to be paid out of the North- West Gov- 
ernment appropriation because these utensils were purchased for the use of the 
Government House, and now form part of its furniture. Tbe whole house being fur- 
nished by the Government, any small articles requiring to be replaced were con- 
sidered to be fairly payable out of the miscellaneous vote of the said appropriation. 

The overcharge of &5.00, on an item of $12.50, by the Leader in one of its 
accounts, was not noticed at the time the account was paid, but steps will at once be 
taken, with a view to have the same refunded, if you will let His Honor know the 
taumber of the voucher in which the item is to be found. 

Audit Office, Oct. 21, 1884. 

Sir, — With this I send specimens of printing paid for by Governor Dewdney at 
Eegina in 1833-84 (Touchers 14, 15, 20, 46, 92, 111, 112, 132, 16 4, 187, 202.) 

Will you please subject the work to a technical examination in your office, and 
certify the accounts at reasonable figures ? 

I am, Sir, your obedient servant, 
The Queen's Printer. J. L. McDOUGALL, A. G. 






278 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Miscellaneous 



Canada Temperance Act: — 

Cumberland {October 25, 1883) :— 

Returning officer, Roderick MacLean. 

Mileage 

Voters' lists, D. J. McLeod , 

27 certificates do 

Printing, Amherst "Sentinel" 

Advertising, '' Royal Gazette" .. 

Stationery, postage and 6 locks 

27 poll books, Returning officer ...,-.., 
Making up and transmitting returns. 

27 deputies 

26 booths , 

23 screens , 

Mileage of deputies 



Chjord {March 20, 1884) :— 

Returning officer, Jas.Ingersoll 

72 voters' lists 

72 certificates, Jas. Ingersoll , 

Printing, Woodstock " Times",... ... 

Stationery and poll books 

Postage, telegrams and freight 

Making up and transmitting returns 

Mileage 

72 deputies 

3 poll clerks. 

66 booths 

22 screens 

51 constables 

Mileage cf deputies 



Prince Co... P.E.L {Feb. 7, 1884) :— 

Returning officer, Wm. G. Strong 

Printing, &c, Summerside "Journal" 
do do " Pioneer ' 

Advertising, " Royal Gazette " 

Stationery 

36 P. E. I. Election Acts 

Repairing 34 boxes 

Mileage 

34 deputies. 

34 booths 

34 screens 

35 constables 

Mileage to polls , 

Justice — swearing deputies 



Claimed. 



$ cts. 

Ill 00 

222 60 

40 00 

13 50 
37 50 

14 00 
9 60 

13 50 
10 00 

103 00 

104 00 
62 00 
17 50 



Yarmouth {March, 1884) :— 

Returning officer, Thos, B Flint. 

20 voters' lists , 

20 certificates 

Printing voters' li3ts, C. Carey . 

Printing, A, Lawson , 

Advertising 

20 poll-books 

Mileage 

19 deputie.3 

18 booths 

Postage, stationery and tacks .... 



Total, Canada Temperance Act 



763 20 



138 00 
120 85 

36 00 
144 40 

19 92 

5 75 
10 00 
66 20 

300 00 

6 00 
224 50 

36 00 
52 75 

37 95 

1,198 32 



66 48 
60 22 
27 50 
19 00 

8 23 

9 00 
10 00 
98 50 

136 00 

136 00 

102 00 

35 00 

4 20 

5 28 



Paid. 



717 41 



60 00 

7 39 

10 CO 

20 00 

21 50 

3 00 
20 00 
54 10 
76 00 
72 00 

4 01 



> cts. 

60 00 

118 30 

18 97 

13 50 
33 50 

14 00 
9 60 
4 00 

108 00 
92 00 
62 00 
17 50 

551 37 



60 00 
109 49 
36 00 
96 70 
19 92 
5 75 

66 20 
288 CO 

224 50 
36 00 
51 00 
31 55 

1,025 11 



60 00 
42 72 
27 50 
19 00 

8 23 

9 00 
10 00 
98 50 

136 00 

138 00 

51 00 

35 00 

4 20 



348 00 



637 15 



60 00 

7 39 

10 00 

"'i'l'50 
3 00 

3 00 
32 00 
76 00 
72 00 

4 01 

288 90 



11 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



:vj 



Miscellaneous. 






Consolidation of Dominion Statutes :— 

Hon. Jas. Cockburn, July 1 to Aug. 14, 1883, at $4,000 a 
year 

Hon. John O'Connor, Nov. 13, 1883, to June 30, 1884, at 
$400 a month 



Wallace Graham, on account of $5,000 for services. 
J. Alphonse Ouimet do do 

Wm. Wilson do do 

Alex. Ferguson do do 



Wallace Graham, travelling expenses accounted tor 
J. A. Ouimet do do 



Writing— M. Stewart, 125 days, at $1.50., 

do R. M. Smith, 24 do 

Messenger, P. Dunne, jr., 316 days, at $1 



Stationery office 

Books 

Freight 



Expenses of Consolidation , 

MacLean, Roger & Co., on account of type bought 

do do printing report 

Canada Atlantic Kailway, freight on paper 

R. Brewer, proofreading , 



Expenses of Printing 



Mounted Police Barracks : — 

Barracks at He gin a : — 

Contract with Wm. Lanktree, assigned to Jas. A 
xMcCaul, one of Lanktree' s securities :— 
1 coal shed; 1 store room; barrack rooms; kitchens 

1 wagon shed ; contract price 

James A. McCaul, 19 storm sashes for additions to port- 
able buildings , 



shed. 



McCaul and Kerr — 

Extra braces on roof of coal 

Shelving in supply store , 

Shelving in barrack room, arm racks, &c...... 

2 extra doors in barrack rooms 

Shingling supply office, pigeon holes and shelving. 

Jas. A. Kerr, Glass 

Thos. Howard — 

Sinking and completing 4 wells with 5 inch iron 
pipe, 120, 107, b9 and 63 feet, at $7.50 a foot... 
800 feet of lumber at $36.00 m 



6,691 

3,754 
300 

5,288 
300 

8,661 

60,416 

240 

463 

350 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



38.00 ... 
40.00.... 
42.00.... 
45.00.... 
47.00..., 
47.25.... 
47.37£., 
49.50.... 
55.00.... 
60.00.... 



Oak boards and scantlings. 

Shingles, 15,000 at $5.65.. 

do 3,500 do 7.00... 



Carried forward 



$ cts 



28 80 

254 27 

150 16 

12 60 

237 92 

14 10 

409 23 

5,388 45 

11 88 

25 47 

21 00 



84 75 
24 50 



$ cts. 



483 87 
3,040 00 



2,500 00 
2,500 00 
2,500 00 
2,500 00 



200 00 
200 00 

187 50 

36 00 

316 00 



46 52 


11 


70 


1 


60 



4,000 00 

1,333 52 

29 50 

18 00 



7,225 00 
95 00 



100 00 

10 * 00 

125 00 

25 00 

65 00 



2,812 £0 



3,553 88 
16 43 



109 25 



6,522 06 



$ cts. 



3,523 87 

10,000 00 
400 00 

539 50 

59 82 
14,523 19 

5,381 02 
19,904 21 



7,320 00 



415*0© 
4 20 



7,739 20. 






280 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Miscellaneous. 



Brought forward 

Fount ed Police Barrackg— Continued, 

Barracks at Regina— Continued. 

Sashes and doors 

Glass 

Teaming lumber, &c 

Nails , 

Hardware 



Less— Paid in 1882-83. 



Jas. Reilly, painting barracks — 

1 coat, 7,242 yards at 5c 

2 coats 4,976 do 10c 

2 do oil 2,694 do 10c 

1 do varnish 2,694 do 10c 

Door and window frames, 34 houses, at $3. 



Lees— Paid in 1882-83. 

Henry Le Jeune, lumber, &c. — 

100 feet of lumber at $30 00. 
32.00. 
33.00. 
35.00. 
36.00. 
37.00 
38.00. 
39.00. 
40.00. 
at $42.... 

45.... 

46.... 

50.... 

60.... 



6,C00 
1,504 
40,950 
6,810 
2,235 
9,993 
7,600 
2,168 



do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 
do 



2,300 feet of lumberj 

10,700 do 

1,600 do 

2,470 do 

85 do 



2,000 shingles, at $5.50. 

38,000 do 6.00. 

9,250 do 6.50. 



25,800 2 inch battens, at l£c. 
24,000 1\ do 2c. 

737 lbs. of tar paper, at 4c 

Sashes, doors and mouldings.. 
345 feet of picket fence, at 35c. 
Teaming 



E. Martin & Co., lumber — 
6,621 feet of lumber, at $33 , 

300 do flooring, at 45 

1,000 do boards, at 31 

400 do do clear, at $50. 
2 doors , 



G. J. O'Doherty, extra work on barracks and stables- 
Foreman, 66 days, at$5 , 

Workmen, 110 days' work, at $4.50 , 

Materials used 



Paint bought from Wm. Howe, and taken over by 
North- West Mounted Police, at Regina — 

5,809 lbs., at 9c 

54 packages of kalsomine, $1 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



362 10 
497 60 
269 40 
269 40 
102 00 



3 00 

192 00 

49 63 

1,433 26 

245 15 

82 70 

379 82 

296 40 

86 70 

96 60 

481 50 

73 60 

123 50 

5 10 



11 00 

228 00 
60 15 



387 00 
480 00 



330 00 

495 00 

26 75 



522 81 
54 00 



cts. 



6,522 06 



49 25 

6 85 

179 60 

39 50 

10 65 

6,807 91 
2,000 00 



1,500 50 
500 00 



3,548 96 



293 15 



867 00 

29 48 

135 50 

120 75 

47 00 



218 50 
13 50 
31 00 
20 00 

7 50 



851 75 



576 81 



851 75 



11 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



281 



Miscellaneous. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 
851 75 

645 71 
60 CO 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 

Jlounted Police Barracks — Continued. 
Barracks at Regina — Continued. 

49 galls, of oil, at 77c 


576 81 

37 77 
31 13 


18,885 95 


Turpentine, putty, &c 








Loading 10 cars, at Ottawa, with portable buildings 




1,557 46 


Thos- Barton, labor, &c — 

Shingling, painting, cornicing, and bracing, 87£ 
squares, at $9.45 


826 87 
454 00 

250 00 

90 00 

348 60 

480 00 

10 00 


Laying extra floors in 12 Reilly buildings 






Pulling down and rebuilding house, 16 x 48, to 






1,800 feet of base boards, at 5c 






Excavating 46i| yards, at 75c 






Sinking well and supplying pump, 60 feet, at $8.... 
Erecting lean-to over well 






American Lumber Co. — 

5,000 feet of lumber, at $29.00 


145 00 
149 45 
124 57 
193 80 
108 00 
35 00 


2,459 47 


755 82 
6 22 

80 50 
4 50 

15 00 


4,900 do 30.50. 

3,893 do 32.00 




5,700 4o 34.00 




18,000 shingles, at $6 




7 storm sashes, at 5 




Less— 5 per cent, discount on $124.57 

Rice & Eddy, building chimneys — 

23 feet of brickwork, at $3.50 


749 60 


Material for patching plaster 






Making stand for new chimney, and cutting holes 
in roof 






Molesworth & Nelson, lumber — 

1,828 feet of lumber at $45.00 


82 25 

8 40 

9 00 


100 00 






210 do flooring 40.00 




720 do battens l^c 




G. D. Hamilton, erection of ice-house as per tender .... 

Work on buildings: — 

G. D. Hamilton, 95 days at $2.50 


99 65 


237 50 

156 00 
367 50 
367 50 
365 00 

80 00 

10 00 

187 50 

187 50 

27 50 

157 50 
62 00 




347 0O 


do 52 do 3.00 




Wm Drever 147 do 2 50 

T.Adams 147 do 2 50 




J.R.Irwin 146 do 2.50 




Geo. Smith 32 do 2.50 

do 20 days' rations at 0.50 




R. Campbell 75 days at 2.50 




F. Nash 75 do 2.50 




C.H.Kane 11 do 2.50. 




G.Connors 63 do 2.50 




A. Koerner 31 do 2.00 

F. Fraser Tims, tar paper :— 

1,196 lbs. at4 cents. 


2,205 50 


47 84 
10 14 




270£ do 3| do 

Fred Crapper, painting Regina Barracks :— 

1 coat, 5,810 yards at 5c 


57 98 


290 50 
234 80 
214 40 
107 20 


846 90 




2 coats, 2,348 do 10c 




2 do oil, 2,144 do 10c 




1 do varnish, 2,144 yards at 5c 

Carried forward 








846 90 


26,462 62 



232 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



miscellaneous. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


$ cts. 


Brought forward 




846 90 
418 65 


26,462 61 

1,265 55 
120 00 

279 0( 

240 


Mounted Police Barracks —Continued. 
Barracks at Regina — Concluded. 

1,500 lbs. of white lead $12.00 


180 00 
37 50 

124 00 

7 20 

5 J 20 

17 75 


12$ galls, of varnish 3.00 


31 do 4.00 


4$ galls, of turpentine 1.60 


522 lbs. of fire-prcof paint at 10.00 


Putty, lamp-black, &c 




James Hambly, Regina : — 

60 concrete safes for chimneys at $2.00 

Geo. Arkle, fencing corral : — 

Fencing 110 rods with wir-e, at $1.75 


175 CO 

6 50 

97 50 




Unravelling and rewinding wire 


6 pairs of double gates and posts, at $16 25 , 




John Rose, Regina : — 

26 ladders for fire purposes, iron shod and hooked, 

at $5.00 

Moving building, 24 x 24, and erecting forge and 
flue therein for smith's shop 


130 00 
110 00 






Less— Transferred to "Public Buildings, X-W.T., 
Regina," cost of portable stables, &c ' 


28,367 1 
1,383 








Total Mounted Police Barracks at Regina, expenditure of 1883-4 

Barracks at Calgary : — 

Major James Walker, under tender dated Nov. 6, 1882— 

2 stables, each 30 x 95 x 9 feet, posts, flatted logs, 
strong plank floor and mangers, feed boxes 
and swinging bales 

Extra stalls in one stable instead of swinging bales 

1 barrack room, dining room and kitchen, same as 
one already built, except that logs will be 
flatted and sized in mill 

1 store house, 30 x 75 x 9 feet, ceilings, flatted logs, 
double inch floor, undressed, with partitions 


26,984 1 


7,596 14 
300 00 

4,753 11 

2,516 25 
2,592 00 

2,018 00 

500 00 
430 CO 
430 00 


19,775 50 

1,360 00 
160 00 
150 00 

627 00 






1 orderly room, 25 x 50 x 9 feet, ceilings, flatted 
logs, dressed and matched floor and ceiling, 
also same material for partitions 


1 


All log buildings to be chinked and plastered with 
lime and sand, and shingles to be laid in mortar 
or tarred paper. Difference in cost between 
frame and logs — 

For officers' quarters 


1 


Surgery, addition to hospital 


■ . 


Kitchen do 




Plastering inside of hospital, surgery and kitchen, 




Plastering guard room with lime and sand, instead 






7,782 feet of lumber, at $35 


272 36 
52 64 

150 40 

41 30 

51 45 

50 CO 

8 85 




1,316 do 40 




3,200 do 47 

826 do 50 


1 


Lath, battens, &c 

40 bushels ot lime at $1.25 

Nails 


, 1 




1 












22,07:0 
49,05(» 


Carried forward 







MISCELLANEOUS. 



283 



Miscellaneous. 



Brought forward 



Mounted Police Barracks — Continued: — 
Barracks at Fort MacLeod: — 

North- We stern Coal and Navigation Co., as by agree- 
ment given below 

Materials delivered up to Dec. 20, 1883, as certified by 

North- West Mounted Police officers — 

794,820 feet of lumber, at $32. 

489,250 shingles, at $7 .... 

Hardware 

75,150 laths, at $5 

23,000 lbs. of lime 

Sa&hes, doors, &c , 

15 kegs of white lead, at $17 

4 barrels of mineral paint, at $100 

11 kegs of paint, at $12 50.. 

Benzine, shellac, &c 

13 barrels of plaster of Paris, at $4.25 

1,400 lbs. of tar paper 

4 barrels linseed oil, at 85 cents a gallon 

Freight on materials other than lumberand shiDgles 

Progress to Nov. 26, 1883 



North-Western Coal and Navigation Co., extra work 

and materials in excess of contract 

Less— Paid in 1884.5 



Barracks at Maple'^Creek: 

North-Western Coal and Navigation Co., as by agree- 
ment given below 

Materials delivered up to October 27, 1883, as certified 
by North- West Mounted Police officers — 

167,688 feet of lumber, at $45 

20,680 feet of battens, at 45 

62.500 lath, at $6 5 

217,000 shingles, at |5 

5,000 bricks, at $19 

24,000 lbs. of lime 

Sashas, doors, &c 

Hardware, and freight on same 

Progress to October 16, 1883 



North-West Coal and Navigation Co., 

and materials in excess of contract..... 

Less— Paid in 1S84-5 



extra work 



Barracks at Medicine Hat : — 

North-Western Coal and Navigation Co., as by agree- 
ment given below ,. 

Materials delivered up to October 26, 1883, as certified 
by North- West Mounted Police officers — 

225,078 feet of lumbar, at $45 

217,000 shingles, at $5 

131,800 lath, at $5 

Hardware, paint, &c, and freight on same 

Sashes, doors, &c 

10,000 brick, at $19 

Lime , 

1,925 lbs. of tarred paper, at 4c , 

Progress to October 16, 1883 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



25,431 22 

3,424 75 

1,548 32 

375 75 

150 00 

1,034 00 

255 00 

400 00 

137 50 

36 00 

55 25 

35 00 

136 00 

1,772 21 

10,0C0 00 

44,794 CO 



15,984 77 
12,79i 31 



7,545 96 


930 60 


375 00 


1,085 00 


95 00 


150 00 


547 65 


1,095 21 


2,500 00 


14,324 42 


5,754 57 


5,754 57 



10,128 48 


1,085 CO 


659 00 


1,343 95 


1,114 15 


190 00 


203 85 


77 00 


2,500 00 


17,301 43 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



49,056 66 



45,0G0 00 



3,190 46 



48,190 46 
15,000 00 



15,000 00 



127,247 12 



284 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



U 



3Iiscclluueous. 



Brought forward 



Mounted Police Barracks— Continued. 
13 irracks at Medicine Hat — Continued. 

Norih-Western CoaI|and Navigation Co., extra work 

and materials in excess of contract 

Less— Paid in 1884-5 



Fort Osborne : — 

D. D. Aitken, lumber and labor.. 
A. Wood, painting and papering. 



Ashdown, hardware. 

Brown & Rutherford, doors and windows. 

ft. D. Patterson, mouldings and casings., 



Carpenters, 61 days, at $2.50 , 

Whitewashing, 3,157 yards, at 5$e. 
Dick, Banning & Co, lumber — 

1,067 feet, at $24 

6,148 do 33 

2,000 do 36 

Delivering 



Hardware, &c. 



Total, Mounted Police Barracks. 



$ cts. 



4,452 62 
4,452 62 



1,690 84 

241 28 

80 56 

78 40 

11 50 



25 61 

202 88 

72 00 

5 00 



cts. 



2,102 58 
152 52 
173 64 



305 49 
18 65 



% cts. 



127,247 12 



2,752 88 



130,000 00 



Tender [of North-Western Coal and Navigation Go, for Erection of Mounted Police 
Barracks at Fort Macleod, Maple Creek and Medicine Hat. 

Medicine Hat, 27th August, 1883. 
F. White, Esq., 

Comptroller K W. M. Police, 
Ottawa. 

Sir,— On behalf of the North-Western Coal and Navigation Co. (Limited), ] 
hereby undertake to erect buildings at the places, and on the terms, as hereinaftei 
stated : — 

At Fort Macleod : — 
3 Stables. 
2 Storehouses. 
^3 Barracks. 
On plans and specifications already furnished by you. 

*1 Guardroom 24x50 

*3 Officers' houses 36x24 

*L Hospital 24x54 

*1 Sergeants' mess 24x50 

I Bake house 24x24 

1 Blacksmith's shop 24x24 

1 Artizan's shop • 24x50 

1 Magazine (dimensions to be furnished by Col. Irvine.) 

*1 Orderly room , 24x24 

*1 Barrack room 24x50 

1 Harness room 50x24 

1 Shed for waggons 100x16 

1 Coal shed 24x24 

1 Latrine 6xl6 

*i Eecreation room.... 50x24 

Remuneration for the same to be $45,000. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 285- 



At Maple Creek and Medicine Hat, respectively : — 

*1 Officers' house 36x24 

*1 Barrack 72x28 

2 Stables, each 28x50 

1 Blacksmith's shop 24x24 

*1 Sergeants' mess 24x40 

*l Guardroom 2-1x24 

1 Storehouse 50x28 

IShed 50x16 

1 Latrine 8x12 

1 Bakehouse 12x12 

*l Orderly room 24x50 

Remuneration for the same to be $30,000. 

The buildings marked with an asterisk in the margin to be lathed and plastered, 
furnished with porchen, and in every respect equal to the section and station houses 
of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, except that they are to be but ono story 
in height. 

The storehouses io be sheeted inside, and in other respects to be equal to the freight 
sheds of the C. P. R. Co. 

The other buildings to be of undressed lumber, and (except the coal and waggon 
sheds) to bo sheeted ineide, if so required by the Commissioner of Police, and to be 
in every respect substantial and weatherproof. 

All buildings to be covered with shingles laid in mortar. 
Buildings to be built on blocks not less than 6 inches from the ground. 
Small latrines to be built, not exceeding one for each of the buildings marked 
with an asterisk. 

The company to put in all necessary partitions in the buildings without extra 
charge, but not cupboards or movable furniture. 

Tho lumber to be used in the construction of the buildings to be that of the 
country, sound and seasoned. 

Height of ceilings, dimensions of lumber, windows and doors for the buildings, 
to be as already furnished by Colonel Irvine. 

All locks, hinges, window fastenings to be of gcod quality. 
All buildings to be painted with two coats of paint, as per colors selected by 
Colonel Irvine. 

Excavation of cellars to be extra. 
Guard rooms to be similar to that at Begina. 

Chimneys to be of brick at the Medicine Hat and Maple Creek posts, and to be 
of zinc, similar to those at Begina, at the Fort McLeod post. 

Payment to be made to the company on progress estimates, and certificates of 
the Commissioner of Police. Ten per cent, to be retained by the Department until 
the completion of the work. 

I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your obedient servant, 
(Signed) E. T. GALT, Manager. 

I consider this tender for the erection of new buildings reasonable, and recom- 
mend its acceptance. 

(Signed) A. G. IBVINE, Commissioner. 

CERTIFICATE OF CONSTRUCTION. 

I hereby certify that the buildings mentioned below have been constructed at 
Fort MacLeod, Maple Creek and Medicine Hat in a satisfactory manner. 
(Here follows the same list as that given above.) 

(Signed) A. BOWEN PERRY, 

Inspector N.- W.M, P. 
. May 26 and 31, 1884. 



286 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1833-4. 



II 



Miscellaneous. 



Georgian Bay Survey:— 

Pay of Commander J. G. Boulton, 2nd August, 1883, to 30th June, 1884- 

246 days, at S10.46 , 

88 days, at 9.00 , 



Expenditure by J. G. BouUon, including wages of crew 

Passage of Commander Boulton from England 

Hire of tug "Ann Long" in 1883, 45 days, at $30 

Quebec " Chronicle," advertising tenders for sale of wooden screw 

steamers 

M. P. McElhinney, travelling expenses, examining vessels offered for sale 

Purchase of steamer •' Edsall " from VV. J. Murray 

Sundry expenditure by Department, including fittings for steamer 

Instruments a^d charts from England 

Stationery Office 

Queen's Printer 

To be accounted for in 1834-5 



Library of Justice Department: — 

A. Periard & Co., Montreal, reports, &c 



Publishing " Decisions on B. N. A. Act" : — 

Printing Vol. I, C B. Robinson ... 

Binding do Warwick 

PrintingVol.il, C. B Robinson 

Binding do Warwick 

Assistance to Mr. Cartwright in proof-reading. 
Law reports used while printing 



One half paid by Dominion. 
Less— Paid in 1884-5.... 



Paid to Attorney-General of Ontario.... 
J. R. Cartwright, editing two volumes, 



Total paid by Dominion in 1883-4. 



Printing Report of C. P.R. Commission :— 

Berthiaume & Sabourin, Montreal .. , 

(For details and correspondence see Auditor-General's Report for 
1882-3, preface, page xv ) 

Abenakis Grammar:— 

Chief, Joseph Laurent, Yamaska, P.Q 



Exploration of Labrador and James Bay : — 

Lieut -Col. W. Rhodes, president of the Geographical Society of Quebec 

Annual allowance to Lady Cartier 



300 Copies of Bourinofs " Parliamentary Procedure " :- 
Paid John George Bourinot, 300, at $5 



Paris Agency : — 

Hon. Hector Fabre, 12 months' allowance for salary and contingencies. 



Commemorative Picture of Confederation:— 

Robt. Harris, painting in oil, representing the Quebec Conference of 1864 

Cost of IAtigated Matters : — 

bompas, Bischoff & Dodgson, Attorney-General tw. O'Reilly...... 

do do Dominion Lands 



Vj. A. Lash, Attorney-General vs. O'Reilly 

A. J. & A. Graham, taking evidence in Scotland, the Queen vs. Singer 
Manufacturing Co 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



2,573 16 
792 00 



884 93 


223 72 


781 24 


144 86 


300 CO 


36 33 



2,371 13 



1,748 08 
958 12 



11 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



28T 



Miscellaneous . 



Brought forward. 



O'Connor, services re Mennonite bonds 

do on account of costs and disbursements, Thurber vs. Regina 
do Dunn vs. the Queen (N. B. boundary) 



Aikins, Culver & Hamilton, services re Mennonite Bonds. 

T. C. Atkinson, the Queen vs. Harris 

C. W. Weldon, taxed costs in Spurr vs. Venning.., 



Printing Civil Service Lists : — 

Account of Hon. Boucher de la Bruere, of St. Hyacinthe, for printing 
and type (as certified by the Queen's Printer- 
Printing 750 copies of " Civil Service List" in English- 
Composition, 2,800 M., at 50c 

Presswork, 135 tokens, at 50c 

Paper, royal, 36 reams, at $4 

Folding and stitching, at 16c 

Covering and covers.. . 

Printing 300 copies of £l Civil Service List" in French- 



Composition, 3,224 M., at 50c. 
Presswork, 104 tokens, at 50c. 
Paper, royal, 16f reams, at $4. 
Folding and stitching, at 16c. 
Covers and covering 



Translation, 158,800 words, at 20c. 

Boxes for typ?., 47, at 40c 

Freight on type to Ottawa , 

Packing and tying up in pages 



Type, rules, &c. (Dominion Type Founding Co.)- 

Minion, No. 5, 6,865£ lbs., at 48c 

Long Primer, 282£ lbs., at 36c 

Minion space-rule, 152 lbs. at $1.50 

Long Primer brass rule, 153 lbs., at $2 



<{See preface to this Report for correspondence previous to a decision of 
the Treasury Board ordering payment.) Total , 



Address to Marquis of Lome : — 

C. Medlow, Dept. of Secretary of State, engrossing and illuminating. 

Steamer u Princess Louise :" — 

Gratuities to families of persons lost — 

Lieut. D. M. Browne 

Alfred Hiltz , 

John McKenzie 

Jacob Singer 



(The vote of $200 for the family of Arthur Hood was carried to 1884-5. ) 

Royal Society, Publication of Proceedings : — 

Dawson Bros., on account of paper and printing 

Beauchemin & Valois, publication in French . 

W. C. Bowles (House of Commons), preparation of memorials, minutes of 

proceedings and transactions for publication, proof-reading, &c, 

Geo. Cox, lithographing ., 



Ontario Boundary : — 

Judge Armour, services re Ontario Boundary 

•H. McMahon, Q.C., retaining fee 

do on account of legal services 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



317 70 

100 00 

56 30 



1,400 00 

67 50 

141 00 

29 44 

5 70 



1,612 00 

52 00 

67 50 

12 48 

3 00 



18 80 

18 00 

9 60 



3,295 42 
101 70 
228 00 
306 00 



1,200 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 



500 00 
1,500 00 



$ cts. 



4,379 88 



474 00 

100 00 

25 00 

238 05 

5,216 93 



1,646 64 



1,746 98 
317 60 



46 40 



3,931 12 
7,688 74 

100 00 



2,100 00 



5,321 29 
80 00 

80 00 
11 25 

5,492 54 



5,000 00 

2,000 00 
7,000 00 



288 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Miscellaneous. 



Brought forward. 



C. Robinson, Q.C., retaining fee 

do on account of legal services. 

E. Y, Steele, copying for Hon. John O'Connor.. 



Hudson Bay Expedition :— 

Ardrew R. Gordon, on account of travelling expenses 
C. R. Tuttle do do 

Jos. Wood do do 

Great North-Western Telegraph Co., cablegrams 

Canada Atlantic Railway, express charges 

John Black & Co., transit instruments 



Returns for Parliament:— 

Extra clerks, Dominion Lands Branch, Interior Department 
do Public Works Department 



$ cts. 



1,000 00 
1,000 00 



$ cts 



7,000 00 



2,000 00 
5 00 



9,005 00 


190 75 
50 00 
50 00 
10 75 
10 48 

168 71 


480 69 


4,081 45 
918 55 



5,000 00 



11 



CUSTOMS, 0. 



289 



Customs, Ontario. 



Amherstburg : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

3 landing waiters ... 
1 preventive officer. 



Daily wages 

Contingencies — Office rent , 

Cleaning office , 

Fuel and light .... 

Postage and telegrams. 

Office furniture 

Sundries 



Belleville : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

3 landing waiters..., 
1 preventive officer. 



Contingencies- 



-Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Postage and telegrams 

Fuel and light. 

Office furniture and repairs. 

Water tax 

Labor 

Sundries 



Berlin : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

Contingencies— Cleaning office , 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams. 

Sundries 



Brant ford :— 

Salaries — 1 collector 

2 landing waiters. 



Contingencies — Cleaning cfhce 

Board of special officer 

Bookbinding and stationery 

Bunting 

Fuel and light 

Postage 

Sundries 



Brighton : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

Contingencies— Office rent. 

Fuel 

Postage 

Labor 



Brockville : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

2 landing waiters .. M «* 

2 sub-collectors at outport 



Daily wages 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Postage and telegrams., 

Fuel and light , 

Office furniture 

Sundries 



Carried forward 



$ cts 



1.100 00 

1,650 00 

500 00 



112 00 

6 75 

40 46 

22 58 

2 25 

2 90 



1,300 00 

1,800 00 

200 00 



150 00 

57 50 

22 33 

40 55 

66 73 

2 80 

4 50 

21 18 



4 00 
1 50 
9 81 
1 95 



1,300 00 
1,300 00 



7 00 

135 75 

4 85 

3 00 

34 80 

44 52 

18 09 



72 00 

20 00 

3 25 

60 00 



1,300 00 

1,500 00 

666 67 



140 00 

33 71 

60 40 

7 00 

6 30 



5—19 



$ cts. 



3,250 00 
559 50 



186 94 



3,300 00 



365 59 



700 00 



17 26 



2,600 00 



248 01 



600 00 



155 25 



3,466 67 
1,096 50 



247 41 



$ Ct3. 



3,996 44 



3,665 59 



717 26 



2,848 01 



755 25 



4,810 58 
16,793 12, 



290 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 18S3 84. 



Cnstonis, Ontario. 



Brought forward 



Chatham : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 landing waiter 

1 sub-collector at outport... 
1 landing waiter at outport. 



Daily wages .... 

Contingencies— Office jent 

Cleaning office 

Pos'age and telegrams. 

Fuel and light........... 

Repairs , 

Sundries 



Clifton :— 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 clerk , 

2 sub-collectors at outports 
10 landiDg waiters 

1 preventive officer 



Daily wages 

Contingencies — Office rent and heating.. 

Cleaning office 

Postage and telegrams 

Repairs 

Travelling expenses 

Express 

Labor 

Sundries 



Cob ou rg : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 landing waiter 

1 preventive officer. 



Daily wages.... 
Contingencies- 



Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams 

Stationery 

Express 

Sundries 



Colborne :— 

Salaries — 1 collector 

2 landing waiters. .. 
1 preventive officer. 



Contingencies— Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light 

Sundries 



Collingwood : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

2 landing waiters 



Daily wages 

Contingencies— Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams. 
Repairs , 



Carried forward, 



$ cts 



1,100 00 
800 00 
400 00 
300 00 



200 00 
16 00 
12 95 
50 52 
7 68 
10 55 



1,800 00 
1,000 00 
1,200 00 
6,070 83 
83 32 



486 65 
12 00 

163 01 
6 85 
50 00 
10 00 
30 00 
30 48 



1,000 00 
700 00 
400 00 



100 00 

24 00 

53 38 

24 35 

1 83 

25 

7 28 



300 00 

350 00 

41 67 

6 58 

18 75 

4 35 



900 00 
900 00 



28 65 
18 16 
10 40 



$ cts. 



2,600 00 
988 75 



297 70 



10,154 15 
2,604 12 



788 99 



MOO 00 
'550 00 



211 09 



691 67 



29 63 



1,800 00 
99 32 



57 21 



$ cts. 



16,793 13 



3,886 45 



13,547 26 



2,861 09 



721 35 



1,956 53 
39,765 81 



11 



CUSTOMS, O. 



291 



Customs, Ontario. 



Brought forward 



call : — 

alaries— 1 collector 

2 landing waiters. 



>aily wages 

'ontingeneies— Office rent 

Postage and telegrams. 

Travelling expenses 

Fuel and light 



ahe :— 

alaries— 1 collector... 

ontingencies— Office rent 

Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light 

Sundries 



igton : — 

ilaries— 1 collector 

1 landing waiter. 



mtingencies- 



-Office rent , 

Cleaning office 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams. 

Labor m 

Sundries 



nto : — 

laries— 1 collector 

ntingencies— Office rent 

Postage and telegrams. 



laries— 1 collector 

2 sub-collectors at outport. 



ntingencies- 



aries— 1 collector., 

itingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams. 

Labor , 

Sundries , 



-OflLe rent 

Cleaning office. 

Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light 

Repairs 

Sundries , 



iries— 1 collector 

2 landing waiters. 



tingencies— Cleaning office 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams. 

Repairs 

Sundries 



Carried forward. 



cts, 



$ cts. 



850 00 
700 00 



100 00 
25 49 
15 75 
35 10 



*— 19J 



43 00 
1 65 
6 50 
1 65 



1,200 00 
600 00 

100 00 

3 50 

15 75 

6 10 

50 00 

5 70 



120 00 
4 85 



875 00 
1,000 00 

154 52 

24 00 

38 48 

35 00 

1 75 

1 40 



1,550 00 
366 00 



176 34 
500 00 

52 80 



66 00 
2 00 

54 50 
1 00 

51 20 
75 



800 00 
650 00 



11 50 

32 57 

8 75 

3 75 

30 



1,800 00 



181 05 
600 00 

124 85 
1,875 00 



255 15 
1,200 00 



175 45 



1,450 00 



56 87 



$ cts. 



39,765 81 



2,092 34 



552 £0 



1,981 05 



724 85 



2,130 15 



1,375 45 



1,506 87 



50,129 32 



29: 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1833-84. 



n 



Customs, Ontario. 



Brought forward 

Fort Erie:— 

Salaries— 1 collector 

6 landing waiters... 



Daily wages 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Office tools 

Office furniture , 

Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light 

Travelling expenses 

Board .... .... 

Express 

Labor 

Sundries 



Gait:— 

Salaries— 1 collector 

Daily wages 

Contingencies— Postage and telegrams 

Cleaning office 

Expenses of acting collector. 
Sundries 



Gananoque :— 

Salaries — 1 collector 

Daily wages 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams. 
Cost ot boat 



Goderich : — 

Salaries— 1 collector. 
1 clerk 



Contingencies— Office rent.. 

Cleaning office , 

Office furniture , 

Postage and telegrams. 
Fuel and light 



Guelph : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 clerk 

1 sub-collector at outport 

1 landing waiter 

1 caretaker 



Contingencies- 



-Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Furniture and repairs.. 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams. 
Travelling expenses.... 

"Water tax and ice 

Stationery 

Inspection 

Cartage 

Sundries 



$ cts. 



% cts. 



800 00 
3,650 00 



124 00 
51 50 
13 00 
34 34 

222 51 

124 15 
21 65 

219 15 

51 86 

7 00 

19 83 



Carried forward 



7 43 

40 00 

126 95 

4 35 



80 00 
12 00 
39 00 
9 23 
25 00 



1,000 00 
700 00 



60 00 
5 00 

11 00 
9 87 

23 50 



1,200 00 
700 00 
400 00 
250 00 
200 00 



33 32 
5 00 

2 60 
10 00 
74 42 
15 25 
15 43 
10 70 

3 00 

4 00 
19 95 



4,450 00 
9 00 



883 99 



772 26 
50 00 



178 73 



900 00 
540 00 



165 23 



1,700 00 



109 37 



2,750 00 



193 67 



cts 



50,129 32l 



5,347 9 



1,000 s 



1 603 : 



1,809 



2,943 
62,836 



n 



CUSTOMS, 0. 



293 



Customs, Ontario. 



Brought forward 



Hamilton : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 surveyor . 

1 chief clerk 

1 appraiser .. 

1 assistant appraiser..., 

6 clerks 

1 chief landing waiter 

4 landing waiters 

1 locker and gauger ..., 
1 searcher and packer 
1 messenger 



Daily wages ..... 

Contingencies — Postage and telegrams 

Fuel and light 

OrSce furniture and repairs 
Water tax and ice-holder ... 

Stationery 

Cartage 

Travelling expenses 

Sundries 



Tope:— 

Salaries — 1 collector , 

1 clerk ,. 

1 landing waiter 



Cohtingencies- 



-Office rent . ., 

Cleaning office .. 

Postage and telegrams 

Fuel and light 

Furniture and repairs... 
Sundries , 



incardine : — 

Salaries — I collector 

1 sub collector at outport , 

Daily wages 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Postage, telegrams and bank commission. 

Office furniture 

Fuel and light 

Sundries 



ingston : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 surveyor ■ 

1 chief clerk 

3 clerk3 

1 appraiser 

5 landing waiters 

1 sub-collector at outport 

4 preventive officers at outport 

2 packers 



Daily[wage3 

Contingencies — Office rent . 

Cleaning office 

Postage and telegrams 

Fuel and light 

Water tax 

Stationery 



Carried forward 



$ cts 



2,600 

1,500 

1,400 

1,300 

1,100 

4,866 

850 

2,450 

600 

550 

450 



66 
31 
73 
64 
16 
704 
17 
37 



1,100 
750 
6C0 

125 
24 
13 
30 
12 
10 



400 
225 



1,6C0 

1,100 

1,000 

1,950 

900 

3,100 

450 

779 

950 



350 
110 

43 
134 

80 
4 



722 30 



$ cts 



$ cts. 



62,836 57 



17,666 67 
2,b 90 00 



1,010 6Q 



2,450 00 



215 22 



625 00 

85 00 



86 58 



21,C67 33 



2,665 22 



796 58 



11,829 03 
694 00 



12,523 03 



87,365 70 



294 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE 1883-84. 



.. 



Customs, Ontario. 



Brought forward 

Kingston— Concluded. 

Office furniture and repairs 
Board of landing waiter .... 
Sundries 



Kingsvilie ; — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

2 sub-collectors at outport. 



Contingencies— Office rent 

Fuel and light. 

Lindsay : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 landing "waiter 



Contingencies— Office rent ... 

Cleaning office 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams 
Sundries 



London : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

I surveyor 

1 chief cleik 

1 clerk 

1 appraiser 

1 assistant appraiser 

2 landing waiters 

1 sub-collector at outport 

1 sub-collector 

1 preventive officer at outport 
1 locker 



Daily wages , 

Contingencies— Officers expenses , 

Cleaning office 

Postage, telegrams and books of reference 

Office furniture « , 

Water tax , , 

Fuel and light... , 

Cartage , 

Sundries , 



Morrisburg : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 sub-collector at outport 



Contingencies- 



•Office rent , 

Cleaning office 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams 

Repairs 

Sundries 



Napanee : — 

Salaries— 1 collector (5 months). 
1 landing waiter 



Contingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office , 

Postage and telegrams. 
Office furniture 



Carried forward 



% cts, 



722 30 



24 25 

36 00 

123 53 



400 00 
600 00 

70 00 
9 50 


583 34 
400 00 



50 00 

24 00 

23 50 

8 39 

5 85 



1,900 00 

1,400 00 

1.300 00 

850 00 

1,300 00 

1,C00 00 

1,550 00 

600 00 

300 00 

100 00 

650 00 



64 00 
12 75 
26 11 
53 78 
41 41 
50 11 
131 50 
66 



800 00 
400 00 

135 00 

9 00 

64 21 

22 13 

4 00 

3 25 



375 00 
500 00 


80 00 

10 25 

12 39 

5 85 



108 49 



$ cts. 



12,523 03 
906 08 

1,000 00 

79 50 



983 34 



111 74 



10,950 00 
877 00 



380 32 



1.200 00 



237 59 



875 00 



875 00 



87,365 
13,42$ 



1,078 



LOSE 



12,20(1 



1,431 



116,614 



11 



CUSTOMS, O. 



295 



Custom* — Ontario. 



Brought forward 



Napanee— Continued. 

Board allowance. 
Fuel and light.... 
Sundrie3 



Newcastle : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

Contingencies — Office rent 

Niagara : — 

Salaries— 1 collector. 

1 lauding waiter 

1 landing waiter at outport 



Contingencies- 



-Office rent 

Postage and telegrams 

Office furniture and repairs. 
Queenston Customs office.... 

Fuel and light 

Sundries 



Oakville : — 

Salaries — 1 collector. 

1 sub-collector at outport 

1 preventive officer at outport 
1 landing waiter (1 month) ... 



Contingencies— Office rent 

Office furniture 

Fuel and light , 

Postage and telegrams. 

Travelling expenses 

Stationery .-. 

Sundries 



Oshawa : — 

Salaries — 1 collector... 

1 landing waiter. 



Contingencies— Office rent 

Fuel and light , 

Postage and telegrams 

Cleaning office < ., 

Sundries 



Ottaiva ; — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 surveyor 

1 appraiser... 

1 chief clerk 

1 clerk , 

1 sub-collector at outport. 

5 landing waiters.. 

1 packer 

1 messenger , 



Daily wages 

Contingencies — Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Postage and telegrams 

Office furniture and repairs 

.Cartage and express 

Fuel and light ft.. 

Labor.,... 

Printing and subscription to papers. 

Ice. 

Sundries 



Carried forward 



% cts. 



108 49 



330 00 

23 13 

3 20 



900 00 
600 00 
400 00 



80 00 
14 00 

8 75 
99 80 
65 25 

4 50 



700 00 

400 00 

137 50 

41 67 



122 50 

42 00 

54 75 

12 19 

4 80 

1 25 

2 20 



700 00 
550 00 



50 00 

21 75 

6 65 

2 00 

4 05 



1,800 00 

1,300 00 

1,200 00 

900 00 

800 00 

400 00 

3,600 00 

500 00 

500 00 



60 00 

175 50 

154 02 

51 40 

344 05 

18 75 

10 00 

22 00 

4 00 

35 15 



$ cts. 



875 00 



464 82 

700 00 
20 00 



1,900 00 



272 30 



1,279 17 



239 69 



1,250 00 



84 45 



599 00 



874 87 



$ cts. 



116,614 30 

1,339 82 
720 00 



2,172 30 



1,518 86 



1,334 45 



12,473 87 



136,173 60 



296 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



« 



Customs, Ontario. 



Brought forward 



Owen Sound: — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 sub-collector at outport. 



Contingencies- 



-Office rent 

Fuel and light. 
Sundries 



Paris :— 

v Salaries— 1 collector 

Daily wages , 

Contingencies — Office rent , 

Postage and telegrams , 

Travelling expenses and board. 
Sundries 



Penetanguishene : — 

Salaries— 1 collector (2 months) 

* 1 sub-collector at outport 



Daily wages 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Postage and telegrams 
Office furniture 



Peterboro' : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

Contingencies —Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light , 

Sundries , 



Picton :— 
Salaries- 



-1 collector,... , 

2 landing waiters 

2 preventive officers. 



Daily wages ... 
Contingencies 



-Office rent-..,. 

Cleaning office 

Fuel and light , ... 

Postage and telegrams. 

Repairs 

Sundries 



Prescott : — 

Salaries — 1 collector. 
1 surveyor 



1 outport collector (3 months). 
1 sub-collector at outport 

1 chief landing waiter 

2 landing waiters 

2 preventive officers ...... 



Daily wages.... 
Contingencies 



-Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams 

Office furniture and repairs. 

Ink and printing £.. 

Sundries 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



700 00 
400 00 


33 00 

21 11 

85 



12 00 

4 49 

132 03 

1 80 



66 67 
400 00 



65 00 
1 00 

19 64 

20 50 



120 00 

8 50 

8 71 

13 16 

2 81 



700 00 
500 00 
300 00 



84 00 
48 00 
29 80 
19 01 
1 55 
6 35 



1,200 00 
900 (0 
100 00 
125 00 
800 00 
1,250 00 
1,100 00 



275 .00 
60 00 
75 39 
59 18 
53 55 
7 75 
12 92 



$ cts. 



1,100 00 



54 96 



1,000 00 
120 00 



150 34 



466 67 
329 20 



106 14 



1,000 00 



153 18 



1,500 00 
25 00 



188 71 



5,475 00 
93 23 



543 79 



$ cts. 



136,173 60 



1,154 96 



1,270 34 



902 01 



1,153 18 1 






6,112 05 



.... 



11 



CUSTOMS, O. 



29T 



Customs — Ontario. 



Brougbt forward 



Prince Arthur's Landing : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 sub-collector at outport. 



Contingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams 

Office furniture and repairs. 

Hand car 

Labor 

Sundries 



$ cts. 



700 00 
600 00 

318 25 

1 00 
34 (0 
33 13 
55 10 
36 00 

2 00 
11 65 



St. Catherines : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 surveyor 

2 landing waiters. 



Daily wages..., 
Contingencies- 



•Cleaning office 

Removing to new premises. 

Fuel and light , 

Postage and telegrams 

Labor 

Stationery , 

Office furniture and repairs.. 

Water tax 

Sundries .... 



?*. Thomas:— 

Salaries — 1 collector 

2 sub-collectors , 

1 sub-collector at outport 

1 landing waiter 

1 preventive officer^ 



Daily wages .. 
Contingencies- 



-Office rent 

.Cleaning office 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams , 

Office furniture and repairs., 

Officer's board bill , 

Sundries 



wnia :— 
Salaries- 



-1 collector- 

2 sub-collectors , 

5 landing waiters 

1 preventive officer (1 month). 



Daily^ wages. ,. 
Contingencies- 



-Office rent , 

Po?tage and telegrams , 

1 office safe , 

Fuel and light , 

Office furniture and repairs. 

Rent of telephone , 

Sundries 



augeen :— 

Salaries— 1 collector.. 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams. 

Sundries ,.., 



Carried forward. 



1,200 00 

800 00 

1,400 00 



10 00 
43 81 
46 99 
57 43 
32 00 
4 50 
19 75 
13 67 
24 05 



1,000 00 

1,000 00 

600 00 

700 00 

100 CO 




1,300 00 

1,300 00 

2,900 00 

18 05 



320 00 
77 90 
70 00 
16 50 

162 00 
15 00 
21 95 



28 00 

12 75 

6 69 

80 



$ Ct3. 



1,300 00 



$ cts. 



148,479 82 



491 13 



3,400 00 
879 96 



252 20 



3,400 00 
14 75 



280 68 



5,518 05 
1,318 40 



683 35 



300 00 



48 24 



1,791 13 



4,532 16 



3,695 43 



7,549 80 



348 24 



166,396 58 



2M3 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Customs, Ontario. 



Brought forward 



Sault Ste. Marie : — 

{Salaries— 1 collector 

1 landing waiter 

3 sub-collectors at outports. ... 
1 landing waiter at outport. .. 

Daily wages , 

Contingencies — Office rent 

Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light 

Sundries , 



Stratford.-— 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 clerk (8 months) 

1 landing waiter.., 

2 sub-collectors 



Contingencies- 



-Office rent 

Oleaniug office , 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams 

Labor , 

Office furniture and repairs. 
Sundries 



To ronio : — 

Salaries— 1 collector , 

1 surveyor 

1 chief clerk..., 

1 cashier 

17 clerks 

1 clerk (3 months) 

5 appraisers 

5 lockers 

1 ganger 

1 chief landing waiter 

14 landing waiters 

1 landing waiter (3 months). 

4 tide waiters 

1 preventive officer 

13 packers 

2 sub-collectors at outports.. 
2 messengers , 



Daily wages 

Contingencies —Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Office furniture and repairs 

Fuel and light 

Water tax 

Ice for 1 year , 

Washing towels 

Subscription to papers 

Price list.-.. 

Paper fyles , 

Postage ~ 

Printing and stationery 

Directories 

Expenses to and from Windsor. 

Expenses at outports 

Cartage and express 

Sundries 



Less— Refund on account of extra service., 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



1,100 00 
500 00 

1,400 00 
300 00 



160 00 

46 64 

32 63 

6 17 



1,200 CO 
466 67 
600 00 
688 17 



75 00 

10 50 

11 50 
52 56 

8 CO 
11 50 
11 65 



3,750 00 

2,000 00 

1,400 00 

1,200 00 

12,529 59 

150 00 

5,9'iO 00 

4,000 00 

1,200 00 

ljOOO 00 

9,369 57 

150 00 

2,300 00 

575 CO 

6,450 25 

1,000 00 

950 00 



70 00 

102 23 

232 54 

131 31 

260 00 

48 00 

61 00 

34 50 

50 00 

17 90 

94 30 

2 50 

10 50 

25 00 

31 05 

3,342 45 

91 45 

4,604 73 
228 78 



3,300 00 
235 CO 



245 44 



2,954 84 



180 71 



3,780 



3,135 



53,924 41 
1,497 63 



4,375 95 



59,797 
233,110 



CUSTOMS, 0. 



299 



Customs, Ontario. 



Brought forward 



Trenton ;— 

Salaries — 1 collector 

Contingencies — Office rent 

Cleaning: office ... 

Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light , 

Sundries 



Wallaceburg : — 

Salaries -1 collector 

1 landing waiter , 

1 landing waiter (8 months) 

1 collector atoutport (1 month). 



Contingencies — Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Postage and telegrams, 

Fuel and light 

Horse hire 



Whitby :— 

Salaries— 1 collector 

2 landing waiters. 



Contingencies- 



-Office rent 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams. 

Office furniture 

Sundries 



Windsor : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 surveyor 

2 clerks , 

6 landing waiters ,., 

1 landing waiter (6 months).... 

1 landing waiter at outport , 

1 sub-collector at outport 

1 preventive officer at outport. 

Daily wages 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Postage and telegrams.. 

Fuel and light 

Ice and watertax 

Livery 

Office furniture 

Sundries 



Woodstock: — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 sub-collector at outport. 



Contingencies— Cleaning office , 

Postage and telegrams. 
Sundries 



Total -Ontario. 



$ cts 



72 00 
6 00 
4 10 

28 00 
50 



700 00 

475 00 

400 00 

33 33 



62 00 

6 00 

7 10 
51 10 
18 00 



800 CO 
900 00 

60 CO 
20 25 

4 0* 
13 50 

2 50 



1,600 00 

1,000 00 

1,677 41 

3,400 00 

231 12 

600 00 

250 00 

250 00 



75 83 

172 96 

16i G8 

43 92 

3 00 

13 00 

17 35 



1,200 00 
500 00 

10 25 

28 65 

5 98 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



233,110 56 



550 00 



110 60 



660 60 



1,608 33 



144 20 



1,752 53 



1,700 00 



100 29 



1,800 29 



9,108 53 

1,477 50 



487 74 



11,073 77 



44 88 



1,744 88 
250,142 63 



300 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Customs, Quebec. 



Clarenceville : — 

Salaries—] collector 

Contingencies— Office rent. .. 
Office stamp. 



Coaticook: — 

Salaries — 1 collector , 

3 landing waiters 

1 landing waiter, outport , 

2 preventive officers, outport., 
1 clerk (1 month) , 



Daily wages... 
Contingencies- 



-Officc rent 

Cleaning office 

Postage and telegrams , 

Office furniture 

Officer's board , 

Officer's travelling expenses, 

Labor 

Stationery 

Sundries 



Dundee : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

2 sub-collectors at outport, 



Daily wages 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office , 

Postage and telegrams, 

Fuel and light 

Office repairs 

Sundries 



Freliqhslurg : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 preventive office: 



Contingencies- 



Office rent. , 

Postage and telegrams. 



Gaspe : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 sub-collector at outport. 
1 landing waiter 



Daily wages . 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Office furniture 

Postage and telegrams 

Fuel and light , 

Sundries 



Hemmingford : — 

Salaries— 1 collector. 

2 preventive officers. 



Contingencies— Office rent. 



Lacolle : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

Daity wages 

Contingencies— Office rent. 



Carried forward. 



% cts. 



80 00 
3 00 



1,400 00 

2,073 92 

800 00 

S50 00 

75 00 



100 00 

9 00 

58 89 

7 50 

129 48 

14 00 

6 00 

28 29 

22 67 



550 00 
850 00 



45 00 

5 00 

12 53 

118 50 

3 00 

3 SO 



650 00 
200 00 


80 00 
2 08 


800 00 
400 00 
565 79 



118 00 

1 20 

2 75 
17 21 

5 00 

17 30 



600 00 
500 00 



$ cts. 



600 00 
83 00 



5,198 92 
233 24 



375 83 



1,400 00 
20 00 



187 83 



850 00 
82 08 



1,765 79 
40 00 



161 46 



1,100 00 
80 00 



500 00 

199 00 

60 00 



$ cts. 



683 00 



5,807 99 



1,607 83 



932 08 



1,967 25 



1,180 00 



759 00 
12,937 15 



CUSTOMS, Q. 



301 



Customs, Quebec 



Brought forward 

Magdalen Islands: — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 landing waiter.... 



Contingencies— Office rent 

Fuel and light - 

Postage and telegrams 



Montreal : — 

Salaries— 1 collector. 
1 surveyor 



1 chief lauding waiter 

7 landing waiters 

1 chief clerk ,. 

25 clerks 

1 ticket clerk 

2 clerks (6 months) 

5 appraisers 

6 assistant appraisers , 

1 cashier 

1 assistant cashier 

1 tide surveyor 

30 tide waiters 

1 do (2 months) 

1 do (3 do ) 

1 examining warehousekeeper 

1 gauger 

1 assistant gauger .... 

1 chief locker 

4 packers 

1 packer (3 months) 

1 storeman do 

1 locker do 



Daily wages of Custom house and examining warehouse . 
Contingencies of Custom house and examining warehouse 

Cleaning office 

Furniture and repairs , 

Water tax and ice 

Fuel and light 

Cartage and express 

White waste and machine oil ., 

Postage and telegrams 

Directories and book9 of reference 

Subscription to papers and journals 

Samples, sample boxes and labels for same 

Attendance on clock 

Rubber hose 

Board and removal expenses of Mr. Lemieux 

Weighing coal. 

Bookbinding and printing blanks and labels 

Travelling expenses of officers 

Washing towels 

Hardware , 

Chemical apparatus 

Balance and weights for A. D. L. Ambrose 

Bottles and bottle stoppers 

Rent of telephone 

Expenses of valuation of goods imported by the Singer 
Co 

Gauging rods and callipers 

Purchase and repair of scales 

Sundries « « 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



700 00 
500 00 



68 00 

14 50 

2 52 



4,000 00 

2,500 00 

1,400 00 

6,925 00 

2,000 00 

20,212 50 

700 00 

600 00 

8,200 00 

6,800 00 

1,700 00 

1,100 00 

1,000 00 

16,720 83 

100 00 

166 67 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

600 CO 

750 00 

2,000 00 

125 00 

183 90 

125 00 



808 00 

223 48 
1,072 45 

831 14 
4,170 73 

333 90 

593 98 
86 78 
94 15 

490 99 
60 76 
49 90 

325 00 
75 87 

124 40 
34 25 
29 55 

151 82 
62 79 
57 48 
34 03 

110 00 

88 40 

56 95 

21 75 

378 75 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



12,937 15 



1,200 00 



85 02 



1,285 02 



79,908 90 
38,€99 46 



10,367 30 



128,975 66 
143,197 83 



302 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1833-4. 



Custom*. Quebec. 



Brought forward 



New Carlisle :— 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 clerk 

2 landing waiters at outport... 
1 preventive officer at outport. 
1 do (3 months). 



Contingencies — Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Office furniture. 

Postage and telegrams. 

Sta:ionery 

Travelling expenses 



Perc6:— 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 landing waiter. 



Contingencies- 



-Office rent. 

Office furniture 

Postage and telegrams 

Officers' travelling expenses. 
Stationery 



Potton : — 
Salaries- 



-1 collector 

1 landing waiter 

2 preventive officers. 



Daily wages 

Contingencies — Office rent , 

Postage and telegrams. 



Quebec : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 chief clerk (6 months)... 

1 appraiser (3 months) 

1 cashier , 

8 clerks 

1 tide surveyor , 

1 assistant tide surveyor .. 

1 measuring surveyor 

4 landing waiters 

1 warehouse keeper 

1 assistant appraiser 

2 weighers 

2 sub-collectors at outport. 

2 preventive officers 

7 lockers 

1 house keeper 

1 tide waiter 

1 fireman 

2 porters 

1 pier officer (3 months).... 



Daily wages— Boatmen 

Tide waiters 

Preventive officers. 



Contingencies— Office rent , 

Cleaning office , 

Labor „. 

Furniture and repairs , 

Cartage , 

Books and bookbinding 

Printing and subscription to papers 

Expenses for the year at Jersey Point. 

Carried forward 



$ cts. 



1,000 00 

700 00 

500 00 

400 00 

62 50 

140 00 

1 00 

12 50 

40 40 

98 

5 00 



600 00 
450 00 

50 00 

28 00 

11 50 

101 50 

1 05 



600 00 
400 00 
400 00 



40 00 
22 67 



3,213 33 

800 00 

350 00 

1,200 00 

6,950 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,850 00 

3,400 00 

900 00 

750 00 

1,200 00 

787 09 

400 00 

4,187 50 

550 00 

650 00 

400 00 

800 00 

131 23 



2,924 50 

7,543 49 

120 00 



1,940 00 

296 20 

521 68 

382 37 

87 21 

214 30 

48 40 

47 02 



3,537 18 



$ cts. 



cts. 



143,197 83 



2,662 50 



199 88 



1,050 00 



192 05 



1,400 00 
106 00 



62 67 



2,862 38 



1,242 05 



1,563 67 



30,519 15 
10,587 99 



41,107 14 



148,870 93 



CUSTOMS, Q. 



303 



Customs, Quebec. 



Brought forward. 
ec— Concluded. 



Ferry, boats and boat hire 

Fuel 

Travelling expenses ofF. H. Belanger. 

Postage 

Whiskey for testing purposes 

Customs caps 

Ice 

Glassware 

Sundries . 



tski :— 

Uaries— 1 collector 

1 landing waiter ... 

I preventive officer 



aily wages M 

Dntingencies — Office rent 

Postage and telegrams 



town ;— 

laries— >1 collector 

1 landing waiter at outport. 



intingencies — Office rent t 

Postage and telegrams 



nand : — 

laries— 1 collector .... 

2 landing waiters , 

1 sub-collector at outport. 



ntingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Fuelandlight 

Postage and telegrams 
Sundries 



%cinthe :— 

aries — 1 collector .,, 

itingencies— Postage and telegrams 

Labour 

Sundries 



tes — 1 collector (9 months) 

1 acting collector and landing waiter. 

2 landing- waiters 

1 preventive officer 



ly wages 

itingencies — Officers board.. 

Postage and telegrams 

Office furniture 

Water tax 

Fuel and light 

Sundries 



the :- 



-1 collector 

1 landing waiter 

1 sub-collector at outport 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



3,537 18 



68 00 
79 06 
67 00 
46 91 
27 00 

116 60 
20 00 
14 07 

246 65 



333 33 

100 00 
150 00 



30 00 
15 02 



600 00 

500 00 

100 00 
7 61 



700 00 

1,300 00 

250 00 



18 00 
20 00 

61 00 

62 41 
11 65 



8 75 

9 30 
1 25 



900 CO 
1,150 00 
1,241 67 

524 19 



170 00 

26 23 

3 00 

14 40 
2 20 

15 80 



1,200 00 

600 00 

1,400 00 



$ Cts. 



41,107 14 



4,222 47 



583 33 
99 99 



45 02 

1,100 00 
107 61 



173 09 

600 00 

19 30 



3,815 86 
502 50 



231 63 



3,200 00 



$ cts. 



148,870 93 



45,329 61 



728 34 



1,207 6L 



2,423 09 



619 30 



3,200 00 



4,549 99 



203,728 81 



304 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Customs, Quebec. 



Brought forward 



Sherb too ke— C ontinued. 

Contingencies — Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Postage and telegrams 

Fuel and light 

Sundries 



Sorel :— 

Salaries— 1 collector .... 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Stanstead :— 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 sub-collector at outport ... 

2 landing waiters 

1 landing waiter at outport. 



Daily wages 

Contingencies — Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Postage and telegrams 

Fuel and light 

Office Jurniture 

Sundries. , 



Sutton ; — 
Salaries- 



■1 collector (8 months). 

1 landing waiter 

2 preventive officers.... 



Contingencies- 



-Office rent 

Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light 

Cleaning office 

Sundries 



Three Rivers : — 

Salaries— 1 collector , 

Daily wages 

Contingencies— Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light 

Labor 

Water tax 



Total— Quebec. 



$ cts, 



150 00 

24 40 

22 25 

21 75 

40 



1,100 00 
700 00 
900 00 
430 00 



100 00 

1 50 

21 92 

25 75 

3 00 

95 



466 67 
400 00 
300 00 



40 00 
8 14 

20 00 
1 00 
3 31 



9 91 

14 26 

7 00 

9 76 




218 80 



493 96 
35 00 



,130 00 
450 00 



153 12 



1,166 67 



72 45 

1,000 00 
4 50 



40 93 



$ ct 
203,728 8 



3,418 
528 91 



3,733 



1,239 



1,045 



213,694 



CUSTOMS, N.B. 



305 



Customs, New Brunswick. 



Bathurst : — 

Salaries — 1 collector , 

1 sub-collector at outport 

2 preventive officers. ..,,.. .. 
1 landing waiter , 



Contingencies- 



-Office rent..., 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams. 
Boat repair 



Campobello : — 

Salaries— 1 collector ...., 

1 sub-collector at outport 

Daily wages 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Fuel and light 

Postage, telegrams, P.O. orders. 

Horse hire 

Sundries , 



Jaraquet : — 

Salaries — 1 collector , 

1 sub-collector at outport. 
1 preventive officer 



Contingencies- 



Office rent 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams. 
Boat hire , 



'hatham : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 appraiser 

1 locker 

1 landing waiter. 



Contingencies — Office rent..- : 

Postage and telegrams 
Travelling expenses... 
Sundries «.... 



Whousie :— 
Salaries- 



-1 collector 

1 searcher and landing waiter 

3 preventive officers 

1 searcher 

1 sub-collector at outport 



Contingencies — Office rent 

Postage and telegrams. 
Livery 



[irchester : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 sub-collector at outport. 
1 tide waiter 



Contingencies — Office rent 

Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light 

Sundries 



5—20 



Carried forward. 



$ cts. 



800 00 
400 00 
395 84 
458 33 



62 50 
28 95 
45 42 
10 00 



800 00 
300 00 



24 00 
1 00 
15 75 
61 80 
60 00 
3 00 



600 00 
200 00 
160 00 



50 00 


27 30 


3 99 


38 00 



1,200 00 
750 00 
500 00 
400 00 



35 00 

10 43 

6 00 

5 95 



1,000 00 
300 00 
400 00 
260 00 
388 17 



60 00 

38 50 

6 00 



600 00 
400 00 
100 00 

20 00 

14 62 

10 00 

60 



$ cts. 



2,054 17 



146 87 



1,100 00 
230 00 



165 55 



960 00 



119 29 



2,850 00 



57 38 



2,348 17 



104 50 



$ cts. 



2,201 04 



1,495 55 



1,079 29 



2,907 38 



1,100 00 



45 22 



2,452 67 



1,145 22 



11,281 15 



306 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883- i. 



Customs— New Brunswick. 



Brougnt forward 

Frederic ton: — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

2 clerks , 

1 appraiser.. 

1 landing waiter.... 



Contingencies. 



Grand Falls : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

2 sub-collectors at outport 

3 preventive officers 

1 preventive officer at outport 
1 landing waiter at outport ... 



Contingencies —Office rent 

Postage and telegrams. 



Hillslortf : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

2 sub-collectors at outport. 

1 preventive officer 

2 tide waiters. 



Contingencies— Postage and telegrams. 
Liverv 



McAJim Junction : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 landing waiter. 



Contingencies — Office furniture 

Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light 

Office furniture 

Sundries... 



Moncton:— 

Salaries— 1 collector (4 months) 

1 landing waiter 

1 sub-collector at outport. 



Daily wages.. .'. 

Contingencies —Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams 

Office furniture and repairs. 

Travelling expenses , 

Sundries. 



Newcastle : — 

Salaries — 1 collector...., 

1 locker 

1 clerk 

1 tide waiter. 



Contingencies 



-Fnel and light 

Postage and telegrams 
Appraiser's expenses.... 
Sundries 



Richibucto :— 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 sub-collector at outport 
1 tide waicer 



$ cts, 



1,366 67 

1,400 00 

800 00 

500 CO 



500 00 
900 00 
337 36 
200 00 
200 00 



15 00 

18 76 



600 GO 
700 00 
200 00 
200 00 



16 59 
20 89 


900 00 
700 00 



25 00 
59 15 
11 60 

10 65 

11 42 



366 67 
933 34 
416 67 



77 77J 
2 40 

18 14 

19 01 
15 99 
10 56 
14 22 



1,200 00 
600 00 
500 00 
400 00 



Carried forward 



30 96 
4 66 

21 50 

22 85 



1,100 00 
5C0 oO 
200 00 



$ Cts. 



4,066 67 
17 00 



2,137 36 

33 76 

1,700 00 

37 48 



1,600 00 



117 82 



1,716 68 
557 45 



158 09 



2,700 00 



i9 97 



>l..< !.<•<• I. 



11 



CUSTOMS, N.B, 



301 



Customs, New Brunswick. 



Brought forward. 



Miehibucto — Concluded. 

2 tide waiters at outports 

1 sub-collector at outport (2 months). 



Contingencies —Office rent 

Cleanincr office] 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams 

Stationery 

Repairs 

Sundries 



Sackville :— 

Salaries — 1 collector 

2 sub-collectors at outports. 
1 preventive officer 



Daily wages 

Contingencies — Office rent 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams. 

Livery , 

Sundries 



Shediac : — 

Salaries — 1 collector,...". 

1 preventive officer. 



Contingencies- 



Office rent 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams. 



Vhippegan : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Postage and telegrams. 

U. Andrews : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 landing waiter 

1 clerk 

1 preventive officer 

1 sub-collector at outport 



Contingencies- 



Office rent 

Fuel and light ... 

Postage and telegrams 

Office furniture and repairs. 

Boat'equipage 

Sundries 



George : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 tide waiter. 



Contingencies- 



Office rent 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams. 
Sundries 



John :— 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 chief clerk ,.., 

10 clerks 

3 clerks (8 months). 



Carried forward 



$ cts. 



1,800 00 



160 00 
83 33 

85 00 
7 00 
22 50 
29 21 
1 87 
1 00 
1 20 



800 00 
300 00 
100 00 



50 00 
9 75 

19 05 
7 25 
30 



700 00 
E00 00 

45 00 

11 00 

5 17 


"""aiT oo 

1 68 



1,200 00 
800 00 
600 00 
500 00 
400 00 



171 25 

50 36 

25 80 

20 16 

5 35 

3 65 



600 00 


349 99 


33 


75 


17 


18 


11 


71 


3 


25 



5-20J 



3,000 00 
1,500 00 
8,971 56 
1,066 67 



14,538 2: 



$ cts. 



2,043 33 



147 78 



1,2(0 00 
6 00 



86 35 



1,000 00 



61 17 



600 00 
25 68 

3,500 00 

276 57 



949 99 



65 89 



$ cts. 



26,203 43 



2,191 11 



1,292 35 



1,061 17 



625 68 



3,776 57 



1,015 88 



36,166 19 



308 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Customs, New Brunswick. 



Brought forward 



St. John- 



Concluded. 

1 cashier 

1 landing surveyor 

3 landing waiters 

1 tide surveyor 

1 appraiser 

1 do (4 months) 

3 gaugers 

1 locker 

6 warehouse lockers 

14 tide waiters 

2 do (8 months).... 

2 do (.6 months). .. 

3 sub-collectors at outport, 

2 preventive officers 

1 boatman 

1 messenger 



Daily wages 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office „, 

Postage, telegrams, stationery and printing 

Officers' expenses to and at outport 

Rent of boat house ? and boat hire 

Register and dirctory 

Signals 

Tools and repairs of office 

Office stencil , 

Fuel and light 

Water tax 

Cost of analysis • 

Freight and cartage , 

Labor 

Sundries , 



St. Stephen : — 

Salaries — 1 collector. 

1 ganger 

1 appraiser 

1 preventive officer 

1 searcher 

2 preventive officers (4 months). 



Contingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Fuel and light , 

Postage and telegrams 

Office furniture and repairs. 
Sundries , 



Woodstock :— 

Salaries — 1 collector 

2 sub-collectors at outport .... 
1 clerk 

3 preventive officers 

1 preventive officer (4 months). 



Daily wages ... 
Contingencies- 



-Office rent 

Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light 

Stationery 

Sundries. 



Total, New Brunswick. 



$ cts 



14,538 23 



1,100 

1,500 

2,800 

1,000 

1,200 

266 

2,050 

600 

3,876 

8,400 

666 

600 

1,100 

600 

550 

600 



80 
18 

235 
36 

117 

8 

4 

65 

12 

35 

105 
5 

383 
14 
40 



1,600 
'750 
700 
700 
650 
350 

325 
3 

67 
7 

29 
9 



900 
633 
500 
550 
83 



100 

27 

32 

3 



$ cts. 



41.448 08 
2,198 36 



1,163 94 



4,750 00 



441 17 



2,666 66 
100 00 



166 35 



$ cts: 



36,160 19* 



44,810 



5,191 1 



2,933 0: 



89,100 






11 



CUSTOMS, N.S. 



309 



Customs, Nova Scotia. 



Amherst ;— 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 appraiser 

4 sub-collectors at outport. 

2 preventive officers 



Daily wages 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Postage and telegrams. 

Suudries , 



Annapolis: — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

2 sub-collectors at outport. 
2 preventive officers 



Contingencies— Office rent 

Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light 

Sundries 



Antigonish : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

2 sub-collectors at outport 

1 preventive officer (2 months) 



Contingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Postage and telegrams . 

Fuel and light 

Sundries 



Arichat : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 preventive officer 

1 do (10 months) 
3 do at outport .. 
3 sub-collectors at outport 



Contingencies- 



■ Postage and telegrams. 

Revenue boat 

Sundries 



Baddeck :— 

Salaries — 1 collector.. 

4 sub-collectors at outport 

1 preventive officer at outport. 

2 do 

2 boatmen 



Contingencies— Office rent , 

Postage and telegrams. 

Harrington : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 sub-collector at outport 

2 landing waiters at outport. 
1 do 



Contingencies— Office rent 

Postage and telegrams 
Labor 



Bridgetown : — t 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 sub-collector at outport 

2 preventive officers , 



Contingencies. 



% els. 



1,200 00 
600 00 

1,256 11 
120 00 



100 00 

27 00 

3 95 



800 00 
350 00 
160 00 



40 00 

12 54 

28 00 

4 84 



800 00 

400 00 

33 33 



40 00 

2 00 

17 20 

11 50 

7 90 



800 00 
300 00 
91 67 
367 50 
550 00 



^Carried forward 



30 50 

41 00 

1 00 



600 00 
660 00 
240 00 
180 00 
160 00 

44 00 
6 57 



500 00 

150 00 

210 00 

60 00 



40 00 

26 30 

5 00 



650 00 
150 00 
120 00 



$ cts. 



3,176 11 
29 58 



130 95 



1,310 00 



85 38 



1,233 33 



78 60 



2,109 17 



72 50 



1,840 00 
50 57 



920 00 



71 30 



920 00 



% cts. 



3,336 64 



1,395 38 



1.311 93 



2,181 6T 



1,890 5T 



991 30 



920 00 



12,027 49 



310 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



Customs, Nova Scotia. 



Brought forward 



Cornwallis : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

6 sub-collectors at outport 

2 preventive officers at outport 



Contingencies- 



Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Officer's board and travelling expenses. 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams 

Repairs- 

Sundries 



-Digby:— 

Salaries— 1 collector 

4 sub-collectors at outport 

3 preventive officers at outport. 



Contingencies — Office rent , 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams., 

Boat service 

Sundries , 



Ouysboro 1 : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

4 sub-collectors 

4 preventive officers. 

2 do (L month)., 

Contingencies — Office rent ,., 

Postage and telegrams... 

Travelling expenses 

Fuel and light 



Halifax : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 surveyor , 

1 cashier .„„ 

1 chief clerk 

1 do (8 months) 

23 clerks 

1 clerk (1 month) 

1 do (9 months) 

5 appraisers ■ 

5 landing waiters 

1 tide surveyor 

13 tide waiters—. 

1 do (7 months)., 

2 do (4 do ). 

2 gaugers , 

4 lockers , 

1 do (3 months) 

4 boatmen.. , 

1 sub-collector 

4 preventive officers 

1 messenger 



Daily wages 

Contingencies — Office rent 

Gleaning office , 

Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light -.., 

Labor 

Office furniture 

Books of reference 



$ cts. 



Carried forward 



600 00 

1,472 44 

120 00 



26 66 
2 00 

128 55 

27 57 
61 66 
17 35 

2 60 



800 00 

1,000 00 

180 00 



50 00 

15 75 

50 56 

9 00 

5 41 



650 00 

650 00 

240 00 

10 00 



48 00 

40 21 

6 00 

14 00 



3,000 00 

1,500 00 

1,200 00 

1,400 00 

933 33 

15,050 83 

64 50 

396 27 

4,719 35 

4,500 00 

900 00 

7,101 61 

312 52 

333 34 

1,784 94 

2,500 00 

150 00 

2,100 00 

200 00 

238 :-3 

550 00 



650 00 
160 50 
610 45 
481 55 
165 05 
332 99 
44 00 



2,444 64 



$ cts. 



2,192 44 



266 39 



1,980 00 



130 72 



cts. 



12,027 49 



2,458 83 



2,110 1% 



1,550 00 



108 21 



48,935 92 
4,231 31 



53,166 33 



1,658 2t 



18,255 25 



11 



CUSTOMS, N.S. 



311 



Customs, Nova Scotia. 



Brought forward 



Halifax— ontinued. 



Printing 

Stationery 

Subscription to papers 

Telephone 

Water tax , 

Ice 

Spirits for testing 

Travelling expenses of A. V. Paw. 

Fairbanks scales 

Covering for Customs boat* 

Fxpress 

Paints, brushes, &c, for marking.. 
Sundries 



Liverpool: — 

Salaries— -1 collector 

1 landing waiter. 



Contingencies — Office rent :., 

Cleaning office , 

Fuel and light , 

Postage and telegrams. 



Lockeport : — 

Salaries— 1 collector. 
Contingencies 



Londonderry ; — 

Salaries —1 collector 

2 sub-collectors 

1 preventive officer. 



Contingencies — Postage and telegrams. 

Lunenburg : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

3 sub-collectors 

1 tide waiter 

1 landing waiter „ 

2 preventive officers 



Daily wages 

Contingencies— Office rent , 

Postage and telegrams. 

Cleaning office 

Fuel and light..,. 

Sundries 



Margaretsville : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

1 sub-collector. 



Contingencies — Postage and telegrams. 
Fuel and light 



North Sydney : — 

Salaries- 1 collector 

2 preventive officers. 

1 sub-collector 

1 boatman 



Contingencies— Postage and telegrams. 

Fuel and light , 

Repairs 

Sundries. 






Carried forward. 



cts. 



2,444 54 



2 75 
72 97 
12 00 

108 83 

109 50 
28 00 
12 00 
12 00 
44 25 

5 51 

5 75 

27 68 

82 90 



900 00 
600 00 

50 00 
5 50 

16 25 
3 95 



500 00 

400 <'0 

60 ()0 



750 00 
900 00 
200 00 
100 00 
120 00 



50 00 
26 37 

2 00 
14 60 

5 85 



500 00 
200 00 


4 27 
18 00 



800 00 
850 00 
100 00 
300 00 



4 94 


9 80 


19 17 


5 00 



$ cts 



53,166 33 



2,968 68 



1,500 00 



75 70 



600 00 



960 00 
6 97 



2,070 00 
300 00 



93 82 



700 00 
22 27 



2,050 00 



38 91 



$ cts. 



18,255 2& 



56,135 01 



1,575 70 
600 00 

966 97 



2,468 82 



722 27 



2,088 91 
82,812 93- 



312 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE, 1883-4. 



11 



Customs, Nova Scotia. 



Brought forward 



Parrsboro' ;— 

Salaries— 1 collector 

3 sub-collectors. 
1 clerk 



Daily wages 

Contingencies — Office rent 

Postage and telegrams . 

Office furniture 

Sundries 



Pictou :— 

U_ Salaries— 1 collector 

2 clerks 

3 sub-collectors 

1 landing waiter 

1 do (8 months). 

1 do (1 month) . 

2 preventive officers 

1 appraiser .. 



Contingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Postage and telegrams 

Office furniture and repairs 

Fuel and light 

Sundries 



Port Hawkesbury : — 

Salaries— 1 collector , 

2 sub-collectors 

2 preventive officers. 



Contingencies — Office rent , 

Postage and telegrams , 

Fuel and light 

Boat and oars for Revenue purposes 

Port Hood : — 

Salaries — 1 collector <.. 

1 sub-collector 

1 collector at outport (8 months) .«•„. 



Contingencies — Postage and telegrams 



Port Medway : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

Contingencies — Postage 

Stationery 
Sundries ... 



Shelburne : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 sub-collector 



Contingencies— Postage 



Sydney :— 

Salaries— 1 collector 

7 sub-collectors 

1 preventive officer 
1 landing waiter.... 



Contingencies— Postage 



$ cts. 



600 00 
500 00 
150 00 



40 00 

24 26 

4 CO 

2 65 



cts. 



1,200 00 

1,100 00 

1,233 33, 

500 00 

333 34 

41 66 

300 00 

600 00 



160 00 

9 55 

56 98 

19 69 

8 50 

22 48 



600 00 
450 00 
110 00 



Carried forward 



36 00 
15 68 
14 60 
33 30 



500 00 

60 00 

110 00 



1 56 
65 

2 15 



400 00 
150 00 



800 00 

1,450 00 

60 00 

400 00 



1,150 00 
1 00 



70 91 



5,308 33 



277 20 



1,160 00 



99 58 



670 00 
5 68 



600 00 



4 36 


650 00 
3 61 



2,710 00 
4 33 



82,812 93 



CUSTOMS, N.S. 



313 



Customs, Nova Scotia. 



Brought forward . 

Vruro : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 clerk 

2 preventive officers 



Contingencies- 



Office rent 

Cleaning office 
Fuel and light 

Postage 

Sundries 



Veymouth : — 

Salaries — 1 collector , 

4 sub-collectors 



Contingencies— Office rent 

Postage and telegrams 
Stationery 



Windsor : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

1 landing waiter .... 

4 sub-collectors...... 

1 preventive officer 



Contingencies— Postage and telegrams... 
armouth : — 

Salaries — 1 collector 

2 clerks 

1 appraiser 

1 preventive officer (2 months) 



1 landing waiter (1 month). 
(2 



months). 



1 do 

3 sub-collectors 

1 sub-collector (2 months) 

1 gauger ...., 



Daily wages.... 
Contingencies- 



Office rent , 

Cleaning office , 

Fuel and light 

Postage and telegrams 

Stationery 

Office furniture and repairs. 
Sundries 



Total, Nova Scotia. 



% cts. 



500 00 
500 00 
213 33 



100 00 

7 00 

20 00 

5 19 

4 30 



600 00 
900 00 

40 00 

30 53 

1 00 



1,200 00 

450 00 

800 00 

60 00 



1,216 66 

1,700 00 

700 00 

12 50 

54 16 

83 33 

420 00 

25 00 

650 00 



200 00 
12 00 
67 97 
26 96 

1 50 
76 30 

6 95 



% cts. 



$1 Ctff- 



1,213 33 



136 49 



1,500 00 



71 53 



1,349 82 



2,510 00 
14 77 



1,671 53 



2,524 77 



4,861 65 
3 00 



391 68 



5,256 33 
106,030 28 



314 



DETAILS OP EXPENDITURE. 1883-4. 



11 



Customs, Manitoba. 



Winnipeg : — 

Salaries — 1 collector ....-,.... 

1 surveyor 

1 chief clerk 

1 cashier 

1 chief statistical clerk ... 

1 statistical clerk 

1 chief checker 

1 appraiser 

1 assistant appraiser (6 months) 

3 landing waiters 

1 locker 

3 sub-collectors at outports 

1 eub collector (6 months) 

1 do (1 month) 



Daily wages ... 
Contingencies 



-Cleaning office 

Officer's removal expenses 

do expenses at outport 

do travelling expenses 

do special work 

Opening outport at Calgary 

Office repairs and furniture" 

Fuel and light 

Books and stationery 

Postage 

Law costs, Aikins, Culver & Hamilton 

Water tax and ice. « 

Electric bells 

Sundries 



Emerson ;— 

Salaries — 1 collector (7 months) 

1 do (3 months) 

1 landing waiter 

2 landing waiters (7 months). 
1 sub-collector (9 months) 



Daily wages 

Contingencies — Office rent 

Fuel and light , 

Postage and telegrams 

Office furniture and repairs , 

Travelling expenses , 

Board allowance, E. D. Phillips 

Advance to E. D. Phillips for removal ex 

penses, not yet accounted for 

Sundries , 



Total, Manitoba 



Customs, North- West Territories :— 

Supt. L. N. F. Crozier, f ort McLeod, Commission" 
do John Cotton, Fort McLeod do 

do A. Shurtleff, Fort Walsh do 

Insp. A. R. Macdonell, Wood Mountain do 



Total, North-West Territories. 



$ cts 



3,000 00 

1,800 00 

1,400 00 

1,200 00 

1,200 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

800 00 

500 00 

2,766 67 

700 00 

2,400 00 

583 33 
83 33 



208 00 
275 00 
531 82 
161 85 
150 00 

113 10 
202 06 

95 30 

35 05 

270 33 

25 00 

114 55 
28 25 

131 02 



933 33 
375 00 
700 00 
858 34 
750 00 



144 00 
61 50 

109 90 

104 18 
10 00 

112 50 

500 00 
19 65 



$ cts. 



18,433 33 
19,304 66 



2,341 33 



3,616 67 
4,626 56 



1,061 73 



1,500 09 

5 46 

500 00 

34 79 



% cts: 



40,079 3 



9,304 \ 



2,040 



CUSTOMB, B.C. 



315 



Customs, British Columbia. 



ktoria :— 
Salaries— 1 collector ....... 

1 chief clerk 

2 clerks (10 months) 

1 surveyor 

2 sub-collectors w 

1 appraiser 

1 landing waiter 

2 tide waiters 

1 locker (10 months) 

1 landing waiter (3 months). 



Daily wages 

Contingencies — Office rent 

Care of office 

Postage and telegrams .. 

Books of reference 

Stationery and printing. 

Office furniture 

Livery and express 

Water tax 

Sundries , 



v Westminster: — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

2 sub- collectors 

1 landing waiter .., 

1 searcher (3 months). 



Daily wages 

Contingencies — Office rent 

Care of office 

Stationery and postage. 

Ferry 

Repairing boat 

Fuel and light 

Sundries 



$ cts 



3,800 
1,800 
1,500 
1,704 
2,600 
1,200 
1,200 
1,396 
666 
. 184 



360 

360 

57 

23 

99 

62 

8 

24 

3 



1,400 

3,30-1 

1,000 

250 



60 
6) 
173 
79 
46 
60 
3 



$ cts. 



$ cts. 



16,051 11 
665 53 



996 12 



5,954 00 
1,340 00 



17,712 76 



482 65 



7,776 65 
25,489 41 



316 



DETAILS OF EXPENDITURE, 18834; 



11 



Customs, Prime Edward Island. 



Charlottetown:-— 

Salaries — 1 collector 

I assistant collector 

1 chief clerk 

4 clerks 

1 appraiser 

1 measuring surveyor 

2 lockers 

10 sub- collectors at outport 

1 sub-collector (2 months) 

1 gauger 

5 landing waiters 

13 preventive officers 

1 preventive officer (6 months). 
1 boatman 



Daily wages - 

Contingencies— Office rent 

Cleaning office 

Postage, telegrams and stationery. 

Fuel and light , 

Repairs of office 

Travelling expenses 

Water tax 

Labor 

Sundries 



Summenide : — 

Salaries— 1 collector 

2 clerks 

2 landing waiters 

1 locker 

9 preventive officers 

1 preventive officer (8 months). 
1 do (5 months) . 
4 sub-collectors 



Contingencies — Office rent 

Cleaning office , 

Fuel and light , 

Postage and telegrams. 

Office furniture 

Bunting , 

Sundries 



Total, Prince Edward Island, 



$ cts. 



1,800 00 
1,200 00 

900 00 
2,464 23 
1,000 00 

500 00 

900 00 

2,180 00 

20 83 

600 00 
2,300 00 

770 00 
20 00 

150 00 



298 72 
65 00 
96 08 

204 39 
17 11 
60 03 
6 00 
30 05 
57 46 



1,000 00 
986 11 
700 00 
300 00 
460 00 
33 33 
25 00 
900 00 



260 00 

8 75 

23 40 

28 84 

3 06 

6 00 

7 57 



% cts. 



14,805 06 
868 00 



834 84 



ct ; 



16,507 8 



4,404 44 



337 62 



4,742 
21,249 I 






ii CUSTOMS. 






317 


Customs — Inspection. 


Salaries. 


Travelling 
Expenses. 


Total. 


Salaries and travelling expenses of Inspectors of Ports, and 
travelling expenses of other officers on inspection — 

H. Kavanagh,